Q. When should one start with a global financial diplomas?
From the moment it is clear that the candidate would like to spend a relevant part of his/her career in finance, he/she should start with such a diploma - the sooner, the better. Which one depends on several factors but the generalist one is certainly a very good basis. A student in Economics could very well start a level 1 during his/her study in order to optimize the resources
Q. What are the advantages of Private Tutoring - especially for the global financial diplomas?
Q. What are the advantages of Company in-house training - again, especially for the global financial diplomas?
Q. For what type of Institute are the in-house educational services available?
Q. What is a signals-based Roboadvisor?
It is a (properly) implemented robust across-asset class model (a model reflects a strategy typically in a quantified manner) that delivers systematic positioning signals at a pre-speficied frequency or mode for all the concerned (very) liquid markets
Q. What is our approach?
The approach is risk-based - and that is quite different from trend-following, a much more common technique. Risk is in that context the source of return
Q. What makes our value proposition different?
Our model approach constitutes a new style based on an anomaly related to risk. And risk is not only considered in different manners depending on the market, it is also impacted by the risk of other markets. Moreover, the conception is modular and therefore the signals are also available at the level of a single market
Q. What is a key aspect of a good Roboadvising model?
It is the interaction between Equities and Fixed Income: a model shall in particular be able to address properly the "flight to quality" events (correlation.... when it matters)
Q. Are historical signals available?
Yes, indeed. For multiple years with particularly detailed risk and return information. The level of transparency is above average high
Q. Is a very low equity volatility context an issue for risk-based models?
No, it isn't. While it is expected that very high volatility is a "better" source of returns, a very low equity volatility regime isn't an issue neither for equities nor for other markets: that is due to the existence of sub-regimes of higher risk even then. The possibility to consider both long and shorts (or at least the possibility to be completely out-of-the-market) is pretty relevant
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