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Hedge fund AQR and other market participants were seeking more information on exchange’s decision to cancel trades
AQR argues some of its trend-following peers suffer from strategy drift
Cheap shares look really cheap
Two of the hedge fund industry’s biggest players have seen a violent change in fortunes lately.
“Governance mechanisms for the LME need to be strengthened to address conflict of interest”.
Strong run for Absolute Return fund bolsters hopes that ‘quant winter’ is thawing
Are swaths of prestigious financial academic research statistically bogus?
Assets have declined by almost half to $137bn at computer-powered investment group
Client withdrawals knock assets despite a recovery across other portfolios
AQR among the big names on the rebound as new phase of pandemic shakes up asset markets
Hedge fund founder argues that investors should dip into the bargain bucket
Hedge funds step up bets on further pain for UK asset manager
Quantitative investment group’s biggest public funds hit amid market volatility
Clifford Asness admits funds had ‘painful’ 2018 but rejects criticism of quantitative strategies
Data-driven funds that systematically exploit human weaknesses are disrupting traditional asset management
Ultimate losers will be the savers relying on big investors looking after pensions
The campuses of elite universities are favoured hunting grounds for many investment groups
Hedge fund runs experiments to see if it can find profitable patterns using machine learning
The initial simplicity of the marketing concept is now a complex mess
Public squabbling between major stakeholders is already proving counterproductive
Analysts predict an end to dramatic share price falls for the Scottish fund house
Miles Johnson wonders why AQR’s co-founder can’t fathom the furore over earnings