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  • Part 3 – Artificial Intelligence and Intelligence Amplification
  • Artificial Intelligence and Intelligence Amplification in Financial Markets Securities Markets are Machinery Now. This raises the question of how to best participate in the world’s new wired markets. People who use information technology most effectively will be rewarded. Artificial intelligence (AI) as an academic discipline began at the famous 1955 Dartmouth conference organized by John […]

  • Chapter 08 – Perils and Promise of Evolutionary Computation on Wall Street
  • Using Genetic Algorithms, Optimization Models, and Evolutionary Computation on Wall Street “Be careful what you ask for — you might get it.” My enthusiasm for machine learning, described at the end of the previous chapter, led me to kiss many artificial intelligence ( AI ) frogs. This included many flavors of inductive and explanation – […]

  • Chapter 07 – A Little Artificial Intelligence Goes a Long Way on Wall Street
  • A Little AI Goes a Long Way on Wall Street: Artificial Intelligence and Securities Trading “If you give someone a program, you will frustrate them for a day; if you teach them how to program, you will frustrate them for a lifetime.” This is a history and technical overview of one of the earliest artificial […]

  • Chapter 03 – Algorithm Wars
  • Algorithmic Trading Strategies and Automated Stock Trading “How about a nice game of chess?” — WOPR computer in “War Games” There used to be two market structures for U.S. equity traders to contend with: the NYSE (for listed stocks) and NASDAQ. Recent counts put the number at roughly 40. Many are sources of dark liquidity, […]

  • Chapter 02 – Greatest Hits of Computation in Finance
  • Computational Finance, Stock Market Analysis, and Investment Trading “A computer does not substitute for judgment any more than a pencil substitutes for literacy. But writing without a pencil is no particular advantage.” – Robert McNamara The Journal of Portfolio Management (JPM*) is one of the more upscale investment management publications around. For $500 a year, […]