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9 May 2014

QLAB at Newedge Emerging Manager Showcase

QLAB's research starts where behavioural finance research concludes that investors do not always make rational investment decisions, actually often unaware that their decisions are biased by emotions.

Behavioural finance talks of a "psychological cost" to investing driven by greed and fear, emotions that can cause an investor to make the wrong decision at the wrong time.

QLAB's investment strategies employ systematically strong risk management on top of a multi-asset active strategy that defensively avoids falling assets.

The resulting Convex Returns, meaning providing good upside capture with much lower drawdown risk than passive or benchmark investing, gives investors the peace of mind to stay invested through the market cycle, the best way to pick inflation beatingreturns over time.



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