How can you measure and predict the effects of something that hasn’t happened in a century?
The rise of the machines: not just the lukewarm third installment of the Terminator series, but also, the ominous headline nearly every publication uses when writing about machine learning.
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· While we do not have a crystal ball and cannot know which stocks will become most impacted by some future event, we offer a solution of how to mitigate this problem by using the example of the COVID cluster of stocks. · Using advanced machine learning techniques, we can create portfolios with increased resilience
Nobody can tell the future. Six months ago, I would have never guessed (even for April Fool’s Day) that we would find ourselves here, in a real-life version of the film Contagion. Modelling a black swan event like COVID-19 with traditional quantitative techniques is extremely difficult, due precisely to any black swan event’s inherent unpredictability.