Quantitative Portfolio Management: The Art and Science of Statistical Arbitrage

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Quantitative Portfolio Management: The Art and Science of Statistical Arbitrage

Quantitative Portfolio Management: The Art and Science of Statistical Arbitrage

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Data quality and availability: The effectiveness of a quantitative strategy is highly dependent on the quality and timeliness of the data used. Data errors can significantly impact the performance of the strategy. You’ll start by learning the role of financial markets and financial assets in a well-functioning economy. From there, you’ll learn about the wide range of financial instruments available in major asset classes, their features and valuations. You’ll explore how financial markets actually operate in the real world, focusing on how and where securities are traded and how various market types differ from one another in practice. You will also learn the basics of algorithmic trading, dark pools, buying on margin and short selling. Jérôme Gava and Julien Turc. " The Properties of Alpha Risk Parity Portfolios." Entropy. 24/1 (2022). Ensure that any work presented as original is in fact original, which requires adding citations for all or part of any work that originated with other authors, and also adding quotation marks to any text that originated with other authors. The inclusion in an article of plagiarized text is never acceptable.

An Introduction to Quantitative Portfolio Management and Risk

CFA Institute Research and Policy Center is transforming research insights into actions that strengthen markets, advance ethics, and improve investor outcomes for the ultimate benefit of society. Zhang, Dongdong, Changchang Yin, Jucheng Zeng, Xiaohui Yuan, and Ping Zhang. 2020. “Combining Structured and Unstructured Data for Predictive Models: A Deep Learning Approach.” BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 20(1), 1–11.

Rebalancing captures recent gains and opens new opportunities while keeping the portfolio in line with its original risk/return profile. Diversification

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Present original material that transparently shows the research process and fully reveals the value their research brings to the literature. To ensure originality upon publication, authors should not concurrently submit the same article or research to more than one publication. focuses on how to get things done. It does not shortchange the reader, however, on the technical aspects. After reading this work, all a practitioner will need to construct a quantitative-based portfolio is some statistical software and a database. Naturally, there is a difference between reading a cookbook and becoming a chef, but readers of this book will know their way around the “quant kitchen.” Program in Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies (LACLxS) Toggle Program in Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies (LACLxS)

Statistical arbitrage: Seeks to capitalize on market inefficiencies through advanced statistical models Cease publication of any content that is not in accordance with these Standards for Publication Ethics. Three examples of the second type would be papers that propose a complicated portfolio optimization model, advanced statistical models for parameter estimation, and advanced derivative pricing models. Portfolio optimization models are interesting to our readers but their implementation would be the domain of the quant group at an asset management firm, not the portfolio manager or chief investment officer. Consequently, rigorous mathematical programming models are best sent to operations research-type journals. Advanced statistical models for parameter estimation and strategy development would be best sent to academic quantitative finance journals or applied financial econometric journals. Advanced derivative pricing is usually done by specialists within an asset management organization and therefore not of interest to our typical reader who is more interested in how to utilize a derivative as a part of a risk management strategy rather than the nuisances of pricing. The Journal of Derivatives is an excellent forum for derivative papers. Highly requested at major investment banks, hedge funds, and successful quantitative asset management firms. How to combine multiple forecasts into a single model by using secondary machine learning, dimensionality reduction, and other methods

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