Hedge fund’s bots hunt for ‘non-linear’ trade signals

Boutique investment firm Goose Hollow uses LLMs to scrape thousands of news sources, searching for links that others miss

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In December 2022, as war in Ukraine was aboil, a Russian-flagged ship docked in Johannesburg, South Africa. Goose Hollow Capital’s generative artificial intelligence models tracking and filtering news events brought this to the boutique hedge fund’s attention. The firm’s response was to eliminate all its exposure to South African assets.

It was another five months before the US ambassador to South Africa would accuse the country of supplying arms to Russia during the docking of the Lady R, in

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