Can a Machine Beat the Stock Market?

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Executive Summary

Recently, several articles expressed opinion that artificial intelligence and machine learning will never beat the stock market. According to a report published by Allied Market Research, the global neural network market was valued at $7.03 billion in 2016, and is estimated to reach at $38.71 billion by 2023. The rapid development of computational powers and the fast pace of changes in the stock market forces investors to wonder whether they should trust machines to predict the stock market or continue to use old-fashioned methods.

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Options Trading Strategies Forecasts and Risk Modeling

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Michael Shpits, Financial Analyst at I Know First.



Summary:

  • Introduction to risk modeling and forecasting options with machine learning.
  • New Implied Volatility package from I Know First Predictive Algorithm.
  • Options trading strategies for optimal returns and risk mitigation.
  • Algorithmic performance analysis of Implied Volatility package.

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Algorithmic Trading Using AI – From Backtesting to Execution

This algorithmic trading software article was written by Erica McGillicuddy, Analyst at I Know First.

Summary

  • Algorithmic trading platforms such as Quantopian offer modules that ease the coding process
  • Backtesting is an essential part of the algorithmic trading process that allows for tweaks to your code that improve its success
  • Backtesting offers a variety of performance metrics including alpha, beta, the Sharpe ratio, net exposure, and drawdown

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Algorithmic Trading Software – Empower Your Investment With AI

This algorithmic trading software article was written by Erica McGillicuddy, Analyst at I Know First.

Summary

  • Algorithmic trading software automatically takes a variety of factors into account to determine what stocks to buy and sell
  • Algorithmic trading software platforms such as Quantopian help users learn about writing algorithms, and give them a variety of tools including the ability to backtest
  • I Know First indicators can contribute to an algorithm so that it accounts for traditional stock statistics as well as I Know First algorithmic forecasts

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Volatility Trading: Are You Ready to Beat The Crowd with I Know First?

Chloe PengThe article was written by Chloe Peng, Analyst at I Know First., Master of Science of Finance candidate at Brandeis University.

Summary:

  • Trading volume can indicate market trends and potential price movements.
  • Regulations on private exchanges, or dark pool trading, tightens and exchange trading regains market share.
  • I Know First is launching the new forecasting service on trading volume to help you make better decisions.

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Algorithmic Trading: Trade Professionally With Implied Volatility

Chloe PengThe article was written by Chloe Peng, Analyst at I Know First., Master of Science of Finance candidate at Brandeis University.

Summary:

  • Implied volatility reflects the forecasted likelihood of certain price movements and thus can be used to evaluate option prices.
  • Buy when options are traded at lower implied volatility and sell when they are traded at higher implied volatility.
  • I know first’s volatility forecast package helps professional option traders to better decide on their positions.

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Stock Picking Strategies and Trading Methods with I Know First Algorithm

Summary:

  • Introduction to the I Know First predictive algorithm.
  • How to read and use the algorithmic forecast signals.
  • Examples of stock picking strategies and trading methods.

The I Know First algorithm is an advanced tool for identifying opportunities in any given market situation. Not only does it detect opportunities for buying stocks (long positions) but also for selling them (short positions). Given the predictive power of the algorithm's forecast, does this mean that you should buy any stock that it recommends? Of course not! To figure out what trades to make, we need to employ stock picking strategies and trading methods.

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Swing Trading Strategies: Trade And Win Fast With AI Stock Picks

Chloe Peng I Know First Research Team LogoThis article was written by Chloe Peng, Analyst at I Know First. Master of Science of Finance candidate at Brandeis University.

Summary:

  • Investors may prefer long-term trading or swing trading, which attempts to gain in a few days or weeks.
  • Swing Trading is appealing, but it isn't very suitable for retail investors for it requires much financial knowledge and is time consuming.
  • I Know First's algorithmic short- and mid-term forecasts provide solutions for customers to win fast before others.

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