Credit Suisse Calls Quants “Haute Couture” of Investing, But Will It Last?Mark Melin
Just a short five years ago the concept of an algorithmic hedge fund led by quants was as bizarre a thought as was institutional investors allocating to “managed futures,” that oddly named odd-ball investment category that used derivatives to generated noncorrelated performance. All of these core investment concepts were sniffed at by the Wall Street establishment that acted as if the truly alternative space, those that delivered actual noncorrelated returns, were consecrated as . . .
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