Lucena Builds Reinforcement Learning into Strategy Research

The "reinforcement learning" helps Lucena refine its predictive analytics algorithms.


Lucena already uses machine-learning algorithms to identify repeatable patterns in market and economic data that can be used to predict future stock movements. For example, Lucena uses a "Genetic Algorithm"─an evolutionary, survival-of-the-fittest approach─which analyzes multiple, random permutations of fundamental, macroeconomic and technical indicators, and selects the most-fitted combination of factors to perform predictive analytics, then repeats the process multiple times until the "fittest

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