Investors focused on stock market fundamentals have developed ‘quant envy,’ and some executives say they’re making a critical mistake
|06/14/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Barry Hurewitz, global head of UBS Evidence Labs Innovation, told Business Insider some fundamental investors are making a critical mistake as they chase the returns quant funds have enjoyed over the years.
- Some fundamental investors attempt to use quantitative signals for a single stock instead of an entire population of stocks, which is what it’s meant for.
- Hurewitz said many fundamental investors are under pressure from low-fee ETFs and the returns quant funds have achieved in recent years.
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