Quantamental investing – The best of both worlds?
11th October, 2021
- Quantamental investing blends quantitative and fundamental techniques to provide clients with the best of both investing worlds.
- Combining the bias-free objectivity of quantitative modelling with the creativity of fundamental investing allows the strengths of each approach to shine.
- Adopting a quantamental approach ensures insights that might otherwise be missed are captured from an ever-growing range of data sources.
The world is facing an unprecedented explosion of information. On any one day, 2.5 quintillion (1 quintillion = 1 billion billion) bytes of data are produced, with a staggering 90% of all data available in the world having being generated in just the last two years.
This makes it important that any investment approach incorporates both quantitative and fundamental inputs to capture and process an ever-growing influx of data and thereby gain insights that might otherwise be missed.
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