To answer that question, we asked our Machine Learning-based forecaster what it thought would happen a month ago.
This question comes up every time I teach Computational Investing. Here’s my attempt to create the best, (final?) answer to this question.
The Wall Street Journal interviews a student who completed my MOOC.
“I’ve never seen a bad backtest” — Dimitris Melas, head of research at MSCI.
Like many of my colleagues, my retirement funds are held at TIAA-CREF as part of a 403(b) plan. My investment options there include a choice of 54 funds that include some managed by TIAA-CREF and others that are managed by outside vendors. Figuring out which funds to invest in and how much to invest in […]
It is well known that portfolios that blend stocks and bonds perform well because their major asset classes are anti-correlated. There are a few major weaknesses in the way these portfolios are typically managed however. Namely that the ratio of stocks to bonds is usually fixed, and also that they don’t always use the best representatives […]