The numbers behind the score

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If you watched Wimbledon this year, you'll know that data-driven insights and analysis are fast becoming part of the tennis landscape. Guest blogger John Quartararo takes a closer look at the ways the world's best tennis players and their coaches are using technology to improve performance, and considers how it applies to the investment world.

Investment Management and AI: More partnership than takeover

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Despite the hype, artificial intelligence is not yet capable of replacing human fund managers altogether. Indeed, a new categorisation of AI - augmented intelligence - is fast becoming the secret weapon of enlightened investors. We review how they're doing it.

Juniorization in asset management: Are you ready?

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The investment management industry has traditionally placed a lot of emphasis on time as a teacher. Will the trend towards juniorization undermine this skill base - or is this an opportunity to reinvigorate active management with new blood that's more attuned to data-driven learning?

The one thing worth doing differently this year

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Acing those new year resolutions is hard - especially when you're a busy portfolio manager swamped with demands on your time. But don't give up! Clare Flynn Levy, Essentia CEO, reveals her simple, science-based tips for making the new year to come one of positive change.

5 easy ways to improve your process using behavioral science

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Incorporating behavioral science into your investment process doesn't have to be difficult. We present five simple techniques to reinforce the scientific rigor of your investment decision-making routine.

“When you get clever with data, it can be truly beautiful”

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We talk to Snežana Pejić PhD, Senior Quantitative Researcher at Essentia's London office. She tells us why crunching investor performance data trumps a life in academia, and how the new union between technology and behavioral science is helping people to become better investors.