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Behavioral Arbitrage: Design Strategies that Time Market Mistakes
Please join us for our next webinar, “Behavioral Arbitrage: Design Strategies that Time Market Mistakes,” on Tuesday, July 17th at 3:00pm ET. Quantopian speaker Cheng Peng will be leading the presentation. We hope you can join us! Register today for free: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8234883986919843329 About the Webinar: Financial markets are extremely complex, composed of several layers of reflexive activity behind the scenes. With the rise of alternative data sets and new quantitative methods in machine learning, research can become daunting with so much optionality when accompanied with an endless pool of testable ideas. To better navigate the research process, this webinar will propose a systematic framework to explain market anomalies that occur from the irrational behavior of market participants. Starting with a simple idea, we will walkthrough how to use this framework to develop an end-to-end trading strategy that reflect the opportunities in the behavioral gap. About the speaker: Cheng Peng is currently a Software Engineer at Betterment, the largest independent online financial advisor. Betterment manages more than $10 billion in assets for 280,000 customers. Prior to Betterment, Cheng worked across multiple industries (AIG, Blackberry, Textnow, Keyobi), as an Analyst, Software Engineer and Startup Founder. His passion for finance and technology drives his independent research. Register today for free: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8234883986919843329

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    DC Algorithmic Trading is for anyone interested in creating and using algorithms in the financial markets. We arrange ongoing talks from practicing quants, algorithmic traders, trading technology experts, and academics. Our focus is practical, rather than theoretical. We enjoy talking about how to automate the purchase and sale of securities using statistics, machine learning, data mining, and algorithms.

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