Winning World Indices Forecast: ^VIX, ^S&P 500 Perform As Algorithm Predicted

World Indices Package: Notable Performers in the Long and Short Position Amid Volatility

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On November 7th 2018, I Know First's top stock predicting algorithm conducted it's 1-Month World Indices Package Forecast. This particular package, which is offered as one of I Know First’s quantitative investment solutions, includes a daily forecast for a total of 20 indices with bullish and bearish signals. This is divided into the top 10 picks for the long position, and top 10 picks for the short position, which are determined by screening our database daily using our advanced algorithm and selecting those with the highest predictability and signal. The two most noteworthy performers of this particular forecast were ^VIX for the long position, and S&P 500 for the short position. The package itself, had an overall average return of 11.28%, in the long position, providing a premium of 15.72% over the SP500’s return of -4.44%. With regards to the short position, the package had an overall average return of 5.79%, providing investors with a premium of 10.23% over S&P500’s return of -4.44%.

I Know First at the AI In Finance Summit New York 2018: Video

I Know First Presents at the AI In Finance Summit

I Know First was honored to be selected to present as one of the leaders of innovation through incorporation of machine learning & deep learning into the financial sector. The event took place in New York City beginning on September 6th. In the presentation delivered by CEO & Co-Founder Yaron Golgher, he explains how modeling the market as a complex chaotic system allows algorithms like I Know First’s to accurately predict the stock market. Co-Founder & Partner Dr. Lipa Roitman further elaborates and dissects a more technical view of the algorithm and how it was founded. The presentation  labeled: Investment Selection By Combining Chaos Theory with Artificial Intelligence, can be viewed in it's entirety above...

Machine Learning Trading, Stock Market, and Chaos

taliTali Soroker is a Financial Analyst at I Know First.


Summary
  • There is a notable difference between chaos and randomness making chaotic systems predictable, while random ones are not
  • Modeling chaotic processes are possible using statistics, but it is extremely difficult
  • Machine learning can be used to model chaotic processes more effectively
  • I Know First has employed artificial intelligence and machine learning in order to make predictions in the stock market
  • Definitions for underlined words can be found in the Glossary at the end of the article

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I Know First At AXS: Australian Securities Exchange

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CEO Yaron Golgher at the ASX

Another important appointment for I Know First after attending the FinTech festival in Singapore, was attending a series of appointments as part of the Israeli delegation of FinTechs in Australia. Over these appointments’ CEO Yaron Golgher was engaged between Sydney and Melbourne in a series of meetings with banks, investment companies, insurance institutions and also at ASX, the Australian Stock Exchange.

I Know First attended the opening and closing speech of Rabobank Australia CEO Peter Knoblanche, a Dutch multinational company that provides banking and financial

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BABA Stock Forecast: Why You Should Raise Your Bets on Alibaba

motek 1The article was written by Motek Moyen Research Seeking Alpha’s #1 Writer on Long Ideas and #2 in Technology – Senior Analyst at I Know First.

Summary:

  • I recently increased my position on Alibaba. This Chinese e-commerce industry leader’s rapid growth story is not going to end anytime soon.
  • China’s economy is slowing down but Chinese customers still bought more than $30 billion worth of goods in 24 hours during Alibaba’s Singles’ Day last November 11.
  • Alibaba’s annual/quarterly revenue is still growing. The trade war tension started by President Trump is not slowing down Alibaba.
  • Aside from its India expansion, Alibaba is also expanding fast in South East Asia. It’s subsidiary, Lazada remains the top e-commerce online store in South East Asia.
  • Alibaba is now the third-biggest vendor of smart home speakers. Smart home speakers can drive more repeat online purchases.
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I Know First To Be Featured At 2018 Singapore FinTech Festival

I Know First To Be Featured At 2018 Singapore FinTech Festival
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I Know First is grateful and honored to be on the road as a representative of the Israeli FinTech Delegation at the Singapore FinTech Expo, which takes place November 12-14. I Know First will make a presentation at the expo and explain about the state of the art algorithm, which through the power of artifice intelligence, allows investors to make smart investments. The 2018 edition of Singapore FinTech Festival will see more than 400 exhibiting companies from over 100 countries with 16 country pavilions – Abu Dhabi, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Ireland,Israel, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Latin

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AI In FinTech: On The Verge Of Revolution

I Know First was featured by Skelia as one of the FinTech companies coming up with fresh ideas regarding market prediction. Skelia is a global enterprise that works between in Europe and United States as a supplier of media to support companies. As such, it provides software development, engineering and outsourcing services. Skeila is focusing on AI as an excellent resource in terms of efficiency and also in terms of savings to propose new business solutions.

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