Win the Stock Market Game: Machine Learning vs Technical Analysis

motek 1This algorithmic article was written by Yutong Li – Analyst at I Know First, Master's candidate at Brandeis University.

Highlights:

  • Technical analysis seeks to explore past price trends using various indicators and behavior patterns to predict the future movements
  • Similar to technical analysis, machine learning is also performing well in navigating the patterns and trends from historical stock prices
  • Although both technical analysis and machine learning are powerful tools in trading, there are still some problems that technical analysis has but machine learning can smartly handle

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Algorithmic Trading Market: Investor Preferences in Choosing Algorithms during the Pandemic

Emily_portraitThis Algorithmic Article was written by Emily Adelson – Analyst at I Know First.

Why Investors Choose Algo Trading

With the pandemic impacting our lives greatly, investors watched as horror and uncertainty wreaked on the stock market,  many banks and government agencies fell into great debt and markets crashed. Now as markets recover and the pandemic ends, many investors take a bullish outlook on what the market could look like in the future. But this ability to recover the market so quickly was in no

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Algorithmic Trading Market: Booming Evolution and Bright Future

motek 1This algorithmic article was written by Yutong Li – Analyst at I Know First, Master's candidate at Brandeis University.

Highlights:

  • The global algorithmic trading market has risen tremendously these years, and algorithmic trading has dominated more than 80% of the stock market nowadays
  • Benefits of algorithmic trading today include the elevated speed of execution, reduction in transaction time, lower risk of errors, free of human bias, etc.
  • The total algorithmic trading market is projected to touch $18.8 billion by 2024

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Why Artificial Intelligence Will Always Beat the Market

motek 1This algorithmic article was written by Yutong Li – Analyst at I Know First, Master's candidate at Brandeis University.

Highlights:

  • Despite the controversial opinion on whether Artificial Intelligence could beat the market, AI could still win in many aspects
  • I Know First’s proprietary AI-powered algorithm can make accurate predictions and smartly approach the stock market uncertainty
  • Based on the 1-year evaluation summary, I Know First has predicted ^IXIC, SPY, and QQQ with 100% accuracy in a 1-year time horizon, and has a performance over 62% for for all time horizons

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Stock Market Forecast: Chaos Theory Revealing How the Market Works

I Know First Research | May 8th 2014

How Can We Predict the Financial Markets by Using Algorithms?
Common fallacies about markets claim markets are unpredictable. However, chaos theory together with powerful algorithms proves such statements are wrong. Markets are chaotic systems with complex dynamics, yet to a certain extent we can make valid stock market forecasts. Using these forecasts generated by cutting-edge predictive algorithms together with a careful risk management strategy may give a trader a significant competitive advantage.

Markets Are Complex Systems

Looking at the common fallacies about stock markets, we can see two major groups. The first group is connected to the classical economic theory, which claims that markets are 100% efficient, and as such unpredictable. However, trying to make predictions regarding the markets is useless anyway, as no stock can be possibly be a better deal than another. Both of them are efficient and everybody in the market has perfect information available to them. From our daily lives it is obvious that this does not truly reflect reality. There are people who actually profit trading stocks, which should not be possible in this idealistic market of economy theories.

Short Selling: How, When and Why You Should Short Sell

What is “short selling” and how does it work?

The concept of short selling is often seen as something immoral or alarming to many traders. Traders often assume that because mutual funds and financial planners go long, it is more correct to do. When you short sell you are actually borrowing a stock at a fee, and selling it on the market. At some point the trader “covers” his sale by repurchasing the stock at the current market price, and returning the shares to the lender. If the price is lower the short seller makes a profit, else he makes a loss.

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I Know First To Democratize AI-Driven Stock Predictions For All

I Know First Research Team LogoThis article was written by the I Know First Research Team.

Summary:

  • Artificial intelligence is being widely used by pig players on the investment scene.
  • While the technology has a lot to offer, advanced models trained by top investment banks are likely to stay out of the reach of broader audience.
  • It is up to ambitious startups like I Know First to democratize AI for all.

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