This quant hedge fund used data science to make money during the Great Recession, and only Uniform Accounting can show how
November 27, 2020
Quantitative hedge funds have seen a boom in recent years as technology continues to advance. Artificial intelligence and machine learning have begun to take over the roles of many traditional hedge fund analysts.
Factor investing involves using quantifiable attributes to explain and drive differences in stock returns. It has taken off over the past decade as computer algorithms become more advanced and can handle more data.
Thematic investing involves creating a portfolio of companies around particular market trends. If the theme outperforms, the best names within the theme will do well. By marking the universe of potential stocks to buy smaller, investors can rigorously
The At-Home Revolution has affected a swathe of different industries. Surprisingly, vehicles like ATVs and motorcycles have seen an uptick in sales. Today’s company is seeing increased demand for its products as hobbyists are buying more vehicles.