Our investment philosophy is based on the principle that the systematic application of quantitative analysis has the capacity to achieve superior investment performance on a risk adjusted basis. Our options volatility strategies adopt an 80% quantitative, systematic approach towards their respective investment decisions. We adhere to the University of Chicago Booth School's "Market Efficiency Hypothesis" which indicates that active fund management is no better off than passive indexing. Thus, our options volatility strategies do not usually predict where the market will go; instead we mainly manage the risks associated with our positions.
Conversely, our Metis Long/Short trend-following strategy is 100% systematic, purely quantitative with five main submodels pulling technical and fundamental data from over 40+ data components. It does, however, predict where the market will go and is meant to be a complement to our options volatility strategies. With our multiple strategies, Buckingham Global seeks to take advantage of certain recurring market anomalies and dislocation opportunities existing in equity index and derivatives markets.
Together, through well-informed and structured investment decisions, we will work to generate consistent returns with sound systematic risk management.
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