A quant’s view on protecting stock-pickers from themselves

Ex-Citadel, Millennium risk manager says fundamental investors have much still to improve


As Giuseppe Paleologo sees it, in fundamental investing portfolio managers can foul up in three ways: with their market bets; timing those bets; and using those bets to build a portfolio. The best managers are better at making good calls. Few if any have much skill in timing. Often, it’s the last skill – sizing – that catches them out.

Paleologo has spent much of his career – including spells at Citadel and Millennium Management – advising discretionary managers on how to get the third piece

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