Case Studies: Two Hedge Funds Incorporate Behavioral Analytics to Optimize Performance

Regardless of fund type, portfolio managers can analyze their trade data and behavior to make improvements, according to Essentia Analytics’ CEO.

Self reflection is not always comfortable, but it can be beneficial for mental well-being or when it comes to learning from and improving upon past decisions and ultimately becoming a better human—or at least striving to be.

Fund managers often disregard self reflection, for a number of reasons. Sometimes, it’s pride. Sometimes, they don’t have the tools necessary to help them reflect on investment decisions they’ve made. Other times, it’s the institution itself that hinders this type of

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