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Techniques and Strategies by Frank J. Techniques and Strategies 3. A comprehensive look at the tools and techniques used inquantitative equity management Some books attempt to extend portfolio theory, but the realissue today relates to the practical implementation of the theoryintroduced by Harry Markowitz and others who followed. The purposeof this book is to close the implementation gap by presentingstate-of-the art quantitative techniqu A comprehensive look at the tools and techniques used inquantitative equity management Some books attempt to extend portfolio theory, but the realissue today relates to the practical implementation of the theoryintroduced by Harry Markowitz and others who followed.
Quantitative Equity Investing: Techniques and Strategies
The purposeof this book is to close the implementation gap by presentingstate-of-the art quantitative techniques and strategies formanaging equity portfolios. Throughout these pages, Frank Fabozzi, Sergio Focardi, andPetter Kolm address the essential elements of this discipline, including financial model building, financial engineering, staticand dynamic factor models, asset allocation, portfolio models, transaction costs, trading strategies, and much more.
They alsoprovide ample illustrations and thorough discussions ofimplementation issues facing those in the investment managementbusiness and include the necessary background material inprobability, statistics, and econometrics to make the bookself-contained. Written by a solid author team who has extensive financialexperience in this area Presents state-of-the art quantitative strategies for managingequity portfolios Focuses on the implementation of quantitative equity assetmanagement Outlines effective analysis, optimization methods, and riskmodels In today's financial environment, you have to have the skills toanalyze, optimize and manage the risk of your quantitative equityinvestments.
This guide offers you the best information availableto achieve this goal. Hardcover , pages. Published March 1st by Wiley first published January 29th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Mario C rated it liked it Dec 01, Every model has an associated model risk, which can be roughly defined as the probability that the model does not forecast correctly. Note that it does not make sense to consider model risk in abstract, against every possible assumption; model risk can be meaningfully defined only by restricting the set of alternative assumptions.
The challenge is to continue to distinguish ourselves from competition in the minds of clients. With quantitative funds based on the same methodologies and using the same data, the risk is to construct products with the same risk-return profile.
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A source at a medium-sized asset management firm servicing both institutional clients and high-net worth individuals said, Though clearly the trend towards quantitative funds is up, quant approaches remain difficult to sell to private clients: Sentiment was often cited as a major innovation in terms of modeling strategies. Asset management firms typically modeled stock-specific sentiment, while sentiment as measured by business or consumer confidence was often the responsibility of the macroeconomic teams at the mother bank, at least in continental Europe.
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