Artificial Intelligence has been the subject of much hype in financial services, from robo-advisers to the world’s largest asset managers.
Winton’s rigorous collection, scrubbing and organisation of data underpin our application of the scientific method.
“The only free lunch in finance” is a phrase coined in the 1950s and used often today that refers to portfolio diversification. Skill is required to capitalise on its powerful effects, however.
“Safe haven” assets describe those deemed to provide shelter from stock market turmoil. But such investments have at times sustained heavy losses.
Commodities can provide valuable diversification for equities and bonds. Winton has been investing in commodities for more than two decades.
The absolute return sector has drawn fire, as big-name funds have fallen short of performance objectives. This article explains why Winton’s approach can deliver.
Designed to play a conservative, long-term role in UK savers’ investment portfolios and defined contribution pension schemes.
Investors are increasingly looking for returns in unconventional places. But liquidity issues with certain funds have highlighted the risks involved.