Quantitative Equity Portfolio Management. Michael J Cooper Associate Professor of Finance Krannert Graduate School of Management Purdue University West Lafayette, IN 47907-1310 email@example.com http://www.mgmt.purdue.edu/faculty/mcooper. Outline of talk.
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Michael J Cooper
Associate Professor of Finance
Krannert Graduate School of Management
West Lafayette, IN 47907-1310
Returns to Buying Winners and Selling Losers: Implications for Stock Market Efficiency, 1993, Journal of Finance 48: 65-91, Narasimhan Jegadeesh and Sheridan Titman.
Lets look at some examples of investment companies that use a quantitative approach.
Lets go visit LSVasset.com and for Stock Market Efficiency, 1993,
proc datasets nolist;delete rulesone;
%DO N=1%TO 12; /* month loop*/
%DO I=0 %TO &gridvar1-1;
%DO J=0 %TO &GRIDVAR2-1;
%DO k=0 %TO &GRIDVAR3-1;
%DO L=0 %TO &GRIDVAR4-1;
%DO M=0 %TO &GRIDVAR5-1;
DATA t1TEMP;SET t2TEMP;
IF gridvar1 =&I and gridvar2=&J and gridvar3=&k and gridvar4=&L and gridvar5 =&m and month=&N;
PROC SUMMARY DATA=t1TEMP NWAY FW=9;
VAR MRETV cvar1 cvar2 cvar3 cvar4 cvar5 lcapsum dolvol;
OUTPUT OUT=LONG1 N=WEEKCT MEAN=mretv cvar1 cvar2 cvar3 cvar4 cvar5 lcap dolvol
Thanks for listening to me talk about quantitative equity management.
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In contrast, quantitative stock selection models do not always beat the market…but they appear to work well over time on average.
These quantitative techniques can be applied to any type of asset.
A number of real firms employ these techniques, as do many hedge funds and large Wall Street firms.