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Quantitative ('quant') investing

Quantitative investing, often referred as ‘quant’ investing, can be defined as the use of quantitative data analysis and rules-based securities selection models to build portfolios in a systematic way.

Quantitative investing: invisible layers surface to deliver attractive returns
Quantitative investing: invisible layers surface to deliver attractive returns
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Ten years of successful factor investing in credit markets
Ten years of successful factor investing in credit markets
A decade of live track-records shows that our factor-based credit investing approach delivers improved risk-adjusted returns compared to the market.
30-06-2022 | Insight
Quant chart: Cornered by Big Oil
Quant chart: Cornered by Big Oil
Positive year-to-date returns from oil stocks are bucking the trend given the S&P 500 Index has slid into bear market territory.
29-06-2022 | Insight
Forecasting stock crash risk with machine learning
Forecasting stock crash risk with machine learning
Machine learning techniques can be used to uncover nonlinear relationships between several variables to help forecast stock crash risk.
15-06-2022 | Insight