Thursday 27 August 2020 | 12.00pm - 1.00pm AEST Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
An overview of Momentum investment. The presentation will focus on momentum, and how to use ETFs to build momentum portfolios. The presentation will also briefly cover how academic research can be useful to the retail investor.
Professor Bruce Vanstone, Bond University
Dr Bruce Vanstone completed his PhD at Bond University in Computational Finance in 2006. He focuses on researching and developing active investment and trading strategies, both with and without the use of Machine Learning techniques. He publishes his academic work on investing and trading in Australian and International journals and conferences.
He currently lectures in Financial Trading Systems (Algorithmic Trading and Trading Systems Design), Data Science, and Machine Learning at Bond University.
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