QSG Aims To Bridge Portfolio Managers, Traders

December 2008
Securities Industry News;12/1/2008, Vol. 20 Issue 41, p9
Trade Publication
The article announces plans by the Quantitative Services Group (QSG) to release within a year products that will aid investors with trading strategy, risk and return analysis, and stock-selection research strategies. It discusses the benefits of such an effort based on reports from QSG president Tim Sargent. It also reports that several people were appointed to work on the initiative including George Bodine as director of trading research, Mike Stritch as senior quantitative analyst, and Dan Ginsparg as a consultant.


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