Decoding the DNA of Financial Markets
"If you can measure it, you can improve it.“
William Thomson, Lord Kelvin
Scots-Irish mathematical physicist and engineer (1824 – 1907)
Due to the random nature of financial markets, trying to predict outcomes or recognizing sustainable patterns is deemed to fail. We focus on precise and timely measurement of current market status and act on that – nothing else.
Financial markets are generally the fastest and only true source of information about themselves. We only use market returns as inputs for our models.
Simulations are the only way to design and test financial models properly. However, the crucial point is to avoid the main common pitfalls and biases. This is one of our core competences – realistic simulations.
OpenMetrics Solutions LLC