Tapping into Collective Intelligence; Signals from Retail Investors
Today, retail investors are more engaged in the equities markets than ever before. And wherever they trade, they're doing so with more information, more focus, and more opportunities to build and protect their portfolios.
PredictWallStreet has taken this engagement and made actionable signals for the institutional investment community by harnessing this collective intelligence, through Nasdaq's proprietary machine learning.
Learn how to implement underlying stock movements, that that have beaten the market by 29% annually since 2013.
Join us for a complimentary webinar on the power of retail investor sentiment, and the science behind actionable investment ideas.
Machine learning. Wisdom of the crowd. Across US stocks, indices, ETFs & ADRs.
Hosted by Oliver Albers, VP, Nasdaq
Oliver Albers leads Nasdaq’s sales and account management teams for the firm’s Information Services business line. Encompassing core data products, index creation and ETF partnerships, Nasdaq Dorsey Wright, and Nasdaq’s machine intelligence initiatives, he is responsible for bringing to market next generation solutions that touch every type of capital market participant—advancing their trading strategies and infrastructures.
And featuring Craig Kaplan, CEO & Founder, PredictWallStreet
Craig is responsible for both the vision and the patented methods that process the collective intelligence of online investors to generate an edge in the market. Previously, Craig spent twelve years as CEO of iQ Company and has also worked at IBM and at the University of California Santa Cruz as a visiting professor in Computer Science. He holds MS and PhD degrees from Carnegie Mellon University where he co-authored papers with a Nobel-Prize winning economist. He is a member of the scientific research society Sigma Xi and has authored and co-authored more than 30 publications, including a book and eight patents in the software field.
RecordedNov 14 201747 mins
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Gregg Guerin, First Trust • Cameron Lilja, Nasdaq Global Indexes • Jay Gragnani, Nasdaq Dorsey Wright
Nasdaq Dorsey Wright & First Trust Bring AlphaDEX® to European Advisors | .5 CPD Credit
The growth of technology & fee based advisory in the United States has been a powerful driver of the adoption of ETFs and the outsourcing of Model Portfolios by financial advisors and wealth managers.
MiFID II and the rise of robo advisors look set to reshape advisor business models and accelerate these same trends among investors in Europe.
Nasdaq Dorsey Wright and First Trust have been at the forefront of this investing revolution in the United States, delivering quantitative asset allocation strategies and systematic smart beta ETFs to empower advisors to compete in this new world.
The combination of Nasdaq Dorsey Wright Relative Strength Model Portfolios and First Trust AlphaDEX® ETFs is a powerful solution now available to advisors in Europe to enable them to potentially thrive in the era of the robo advisors.
In this session participants will learn:
-How to implement a systematic approach to asset allocation utilising ETFs
-How to differentiate between smart beta exposures
-Nasdaq Dorsey Wright relative strength asset allocation methodology
-First Trust AlphaDEX® security selection strategy
"AlphaDEX®" is a registered trademark of First Trust Portfolios L.P. First Trust Portfolios L.P. has obtained a patent for the AlphaDEX® stock selection methodology from the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
•Gregg Guerin, Senior Product Specialist, First Trust Global Portfolios
•Cameron Lilja, Director of Research & Development, Nasdaq Global Information Services
•Jay Gragnani, Head of Research & Client Engagement, Nasdaq Dorsey Wright
Uncovering underlying movement in the markets with unique insights.
Nasdaq Global Information Services (GIS) gives market participants the ability to see, measure, and act on opportunities across asset classes, and over time, through advanced analytics built on core—structured and unstructured—data, indexes, and exchange-traded products, providing financial institutions and investors with real-time, intra-day, and post-trade information and transparency.