Machine Learning in Asset Management

Machine Learning in Asset Management

Derek Snow
The Alan Turing Institute; New York University (NYU) - Finance and Risk Engineering Department; University of Auckland

July 16, 2019

Abstract

This paper investigates various machine learning trading and portfolio optimisation models and techniques. The notebooks to this paper are Python based. By last count there are about 15 distinct trading varieties and around 100 trading strategies. Code and data are made available where appropriate. The hope is that this informal paper will organically grow with future developments in machine learning and data processing techniques. Changes can be tracked on the GitHub repository. This draft paper has been repackaged for the Journal of Financial Data Science.

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