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Buy the rumor, sell the fact. If facts are delayed, then investors will continue buying the rumors. It works; the evidence is all around you.
The strategy trades all Dow30 stocks in short-term mean-reversion mode using as a score a formula from a probability theory textbook.
Although long/short equity strategies are usually employed by large hedge funds, they are also used by some professional traders due to their advantages. In this article we discuss how such a strategy can be developed and implemented with DLPAL.
We are pleased to announce release of DLPAL LS, a software program for long/short equity hedge funds that use technical strategies.
Despite record outflows in 2016 and even a dose of the usual negative publicity, hedge funds have done well and the industry is looking forward to more growth. Based on performance data since 1977, hedge funds have outperformed the S&P … Continue reading
Articles in mainstream media constantly praise the returns of some hedge funds and attribute them to quantitative trading. But can quantitative models extract billions of dollars worth of alpha from noisy data? Is it possible that these hedge funds have … Continue reading
Imagine you could hire a young God to work for your hedge fund or help you with your trading and investments. That would mean immediate success but it is a silly idea. However, some recruitment ads come close to that.