Quoniam AM turns to machine learning for non-linear stock relationships

The Frankfurt-based asset manager is using machine learning to look at the performance of stocks with low returns, high-growth.

Data disharmony

Cause and effect in the financial markets are not always easy to understand, especially when the relationship can’t be plotted as a straight line on a graph, and changes are difficult to predict. Frankfurt-based Quoniam, which has more than $30 billion in assets under management, is using machine learning to forecast returns where there are non-linear relationships between stock characteristics and the returns on these assets.

Volker Flögel, the firm’s head of research, says relationships in

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