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First published: Print ISBN: All rights reserved. About this book While statistical arbitrage has faced some tough times?
Based on the results of author Andrew Pole? Filled with in-depth insights and expert advice, Statistical Arbitrage contains comprehensive analysis that will appeal to both investors looking for an overview of this discipline, as well as quants looking for critical insights into modeling, risk management, and implementation of the strategy. Reviews "Over time, anything that creates an edge for a particular group of bettors—including the most astute observers of horse flesh—gets factored into the odds and becomes unreliable as a system.
That's the classic argument of random walk theorists, and the equally classic response is that there's a lot of money to be made before that factoring is complete. This book is a contribution to that never-ending debate.
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Based on the results of author Andrew Pole s own research and experience running a statistical arbitrage hedge fund for eight years in partnership with a group whose own history stretches back to the dawn of what was first called pairs trading this unique guide provides detailed insights into the nuances of a proven investment strategy.
Filled with in depth insights and expert advice, Statistical Arbitrage contains comprehensive analysis that will appeal to both investors looking for an overview of this discipline, as well as quants looking for critical insights into modeling, risk management, and implementation of the strategy.
Praise for Statistical Arbitrage "In this lucid, intelligent, and highly readable book, Andrew Pole presents the insights of an experienced and successful exponent of statistical arbitrage, with an uncommon mixture of flair, accessibility, and academic precision.
Anyone with an interest-professional or otherwise-in what goes on inside the black boxes of mathematical trading strategies will enjoy the book.
Andy Pole provides a remarkable look at the history and evolution of what is frequently considered to be the most opaque of the myriad hedge fund strategies. His detailed focus on and clever examples of the underlying drivers of stat arb are an invaluable resource for anyone investigating the strategy for the first time. Even we old-timers will learn something.
Using real-life examples and accounts from his decades of experience, this book chronicles the rise in popularity of stat arb, explains its recent struggle for profitability, as well as provides novices with insights into the art and science of building their own models.
The book provides an excellent balance conceptualizing the mathematics of short-term technical trading strategies with more practical discussions on the recent performance of such strategies.
Statistical arbitrage remains for many outsiders, including hedge fund professionals, a 'black box' strategy. Andy Pole has managed to turn black into, if not white, then a lighter shade of gray. This book is therefore highly recommended for those looking to master the subject matter.
He specializes in quantitative trading strategies and risk management. This book is the result of his own research and experience running a statistical arbitrage hedge fund for eight years.
Monte Carlo or Bust. Chapter 2.