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(Last Updated On: June 18, 2013)
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Rochester Cahan, Head of US Quantitative Strategy at Deutsche Bank, kindly provided this whitepaper: ‘Quantitative strategy: Signal processing.’

Cahan and his co-authors explore news sentiment signals, and argue that “like any data set, [news sentiments] require a great deal of effort to find ways it can add value…[O]ne needs to do more than just buy positive sentiment stocks and sell negative sentiment stocks.” Indeed, “textual sentiment needs to be evaluated in the context of the market reaction to that sentiment.”

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Find out more on:

  • Backtesting analysis
  • Using news and the web to enhance reversal strategies
  • News-aware reversal and momentum
  • Building better reversal and momentum signals

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