Machine Learning: Hedge Fund Firm Cuts Through Noise

Machine Learning: Hedge Fund Firm Cuts Through Noise
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Machine Learning: Hedge Fund Firm Cuts Through Noise

This article was originally published on International Business Times. Read the original article. Much of the current machine learning revolution originated around applications like computer vision that have nothing to do with finance. It’s an interesting question, the extent to which the latest artificial intelligence and deep learning techniques can crossover into finance. Financial data modeling…

Fund Manager Profile: Kris Sidial Of Tail Risk Fund Ambrus Group

invest Southpoint CapitalA decade ago, no one talked about tail risk hedge funds, which were a minuscule niche of the market. However, today many large investors, including pension funds and other institutions, have mandates that require the inclusion of tail risk protection. In a recent interview with ValueWalk, Kris Sidial of tail risk fund Ambrus Group, a Read More

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