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Sep 5, 2015

Michael Himmel is a Founding Partner, Portfolio Manager and Director of AI Research for Essex Asset Management.

He has been actively trading and designing systems since the 1980s, managing the No.1 Global Macro Hedge fund in the world in 1999.

He now uses large doses of AI and Machine Learning in his current practice.

In this week’s episode we discuss Artificial Intelligence, the challenges and applications of AI in trading, criticisms of Machine Learning, event studies and the importance of selecting datasets. He also shares insights from starting out as a runner for some of the biggest players in the 1980s, to managing the no. 1 global macro hedge fund in 1999 to using AI in his practise today.

Even if you’re not into AI and machine learning, the stories and insights Michael shares are invaluable.

Topics discussed

  • Lessons from running orders for some of the big players in the 1980s
  • Transitioning from discretionary to systematic trading
  • The challenges of applying Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning in the 1990s
  • How changes in technology have made AI in trading available to almost every body
  • How Hedge Fund Lambeth Capital achieved a 260% return in 1999
  • The impact September 2001 events had on hedge fund operations
  • The applications of AI in non-finance industries
  • The three divisions of AI
  • The relationship between machine learning and AI
  • Trading applications of AI
  • How to decide which datasets should be used to avoid data mining
  • Addressing the criticisms of machine learning
  • The challenges of using AI for longer timeframes and is it the right tool for the job?
  • Event studies in trading
  • The future of trading
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