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Quant

(kwahnt),
C. A. J., early 20th-century Dutch physician. See: Quant sign.
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Small series production of the QUANT sports car in a modular design
Another negative is that quant funds may not be able to take into account the impact of unforeseen changes.
Most quant funds hold domestic stocks," says Wiecking, "but a few, such as those from Laudus Rosenberg, have international issues.
Successful quants are those whose models are admired by their peers, a fact that reinforces their confidence in focusing on what can be measured and modeled.
IC Squared Quant 2 is a financial modeling process that looks at the relationships between risks and opportunities across an entire organization, modeling their mutual interactions and impacts on financial results, IC Squared Quant 2 generates a range of potential results and lends you the ability to act quickly on opportunities.
Mrs Quant said: "This turned out to be a bit of a detective story.
In addition to algorithmic trade execution, Rowady learned that strategy development is where quant research is focused today and going forward.
CE-IVD Certification of Aptima HCV Quant Dx Assay on Panther System Continues Company's Expansion into Virology Testing Market
announces the release of the NEBNext Library Quant Kit for Illumina[sup.
La joueur de l'Olympique Lyonnais, Nabil Fekir entretient encore le suspense quant a son choix entre la France et l'Algerie.
Sensibiliser les enfants quant aux problemes de la Terre, notamment d'ordre ecologique, n'est plus une question compliquee au Centre de l'enfance pour la civilisation et la creativite, plus couramment connu sous le nom le Musee de l'enfant.