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Principles of Quantitative Equity Investing: A Complete Guide to Creating, Evaluating, and Implementing Trading Strategies by Sugata Ray

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14. How Do You Actually Make Money Now? A Brief Guide to Implementation

Implementation of an investment strategy at this point consists of three broad options:

1. Hiring someone else to do it for you

2. Investing in exchange traded funds (ETFs), index funds, or mutual funds

3. Implementing a quantitative investing program yourself

Considering that you’re this far into this book, I’m guessing you are probably not that interested in hiring someone to help you manage your money. Alternatively, maybe you have been hired as a financial advisor, and you want to introduce quantitative investing techniques in your portfolio. Hiring someone else to help you implement a quantitative strategy is sometimes the right investing strategy, but for many investors, ...

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