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Computers Start To Take Over List Of Most Successful Hedge Funds

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Top hedge funds that use computers and quantitative models to trade financial markets have generated $113 billion in net gains over the years, making up a quarter of the total amount of net gains produced by the top 20 hedge funds in history. That's what LCH Investments' annual survey of the top 20 hedge fund managers shows, which for the first time includes data from some hedge funds that use systems-based investment approaches. According to LCH Investments, four of the top 20 hedge funds that have generated the highest amounts of net returns are highly reliant on algorithmic trading. Those hedge funds include billionaire Ray Dalio's Bridgewater Associates, which has produced $49.4 billion in net gains since inception, more than any other hedge fund. LCH has long included Bridgewater on its top 20 hedge fund managers list, but this year for the first time the list also includes three major hedge funds known for their computer and data-driven approaches to investing.


Artificial Intelligence Is Coming to Crypto Trading: An Interview with Guy Zyskind - Bitcoin News

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As hedge funds rush to enter the cryptocurrency space, the landscape for retail cryptocurrency investors is fundamentally changing before our very eyes. Guy breaks down the implications of this fundamental shift and we discuss how the community can prepare for the rise of AI in crypto trading. To understand the extent in which AI is taking over hedge funds, we need only to look at the statistics. AI is set to replace 90,000 asset management jobs and 45 thousand sales and trading jobs by 2025. Famous hedge funds that are already employing AI in their trading are Renaissance Technologies, Two Sigma, and Bridgewater Associates.


What People Can Teach Machines

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Machine learning and artificial intelligence are going to transform investing… but not today. The view in large swaths of the investment community is that machine learning is about to revolutionize trading and investments. The stark reality does not live up to the hype. Machine learning – or the idea that machines can recognize patterns in data and capitalize on them – is a concept that seems tailor made to the data-intensive world of investing. Unfortunately, many practitioners are applying machine learning in ways that are not sustainable or just plain wrong.


The Revolutionary Way Of Using Artificial Intelligence In Hedge Funds -- The Case Of Aidyia

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The integration of artificial intelligence and the financial industry has always been a match made in heaven--high volumes, the quantitative aspect of finances, need for expediency and accuracy are ideal for the unique skill-set of AI. But, can it impact the high-risk, high-return world of hedge funds? Several companies think so including Hong Kong-based Aidyia. What is a hedge fund? Today, there are more than 10,000 hedge funds that manage approximately $3 trillion in assets.


The Revolutionary Way Of Using Artificial Intelligence In Hedge Funds -- The Case Of Aidyia

#artificialintelligence

The integration of artificial intelligence and the financial industry has always been a match made in heaven--high volumes, the quantitative aspect of finances, need for expediency and accuracy are ideal for the unique skill-set of AI. But, can it impact the high-risk, high-return world of hedge funds? Several companies think so including Hong Kong-based Aidyia. What is a hedge fund? Today, there are more than 10,000 hedge funds that manage approximately $3 trillion in assets.