Jim Simons Beat The Market—And Began Quant Revolution with this research paper

(Last Updated On: November 9, 2019)
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If you like these topics, go down these books of other secret sauce tech stuff for screeners. See the research papers I speak of at the end

I started this week about the latest book on Jim Simons. It lead down the usual notes of thwt he did and why. Then I mentioned his earliers partners or hires over at Ren Tech. This included the upper echelons of Peter Brown and Robert Mercer.

Simons met these guys over at the IBM Research Center working on linguistics before machine learning became hot topic. Check out this research paper with heavy math and models I discovered. Few people know about this but yet I have never known about this research paper with both Peter Brown and Robert Mercer on them. There might be some early concepts of what lead RenTech to their massive returns.

This Forbes article highlighted that showed this firm added 18 Billion revenue over the last 2 year alone. Jim Simons added close to 10 billion to his net worth in the last 5 years. Pretty incredible. Let me know what think/

If you are interested in this type of research, I would strong recommend you to get in on my Quant Elite members now for 3 years. I reduce to 2 years after Monday. I see no reason to go back to this.

Further links to help from this video er links to help from this video

Historical bio of the secret sauce for RenTech HFT Hedge Fund

The research paper put out by IBM Research with Brown and Mercer names on it



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