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August 20th, 2017
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The Quantitative AI Trading Strategies Reinventing Finance
More than half of Americans invest in the stocks through mutual funds, direct share ownership, etc. Many of of these investors rely on professionals like financial advisers or brokers to choose an investment strategy. These professionals are referring to AI more and more nowadays for assistance. Almost 1.5 thousand funds rely on computer modeling to trade stocks and other investments. Read more.

Is Sentiment Analysis The Next Step Forward For AI Investment?
Sentiment analysis (sometimes known as opinion mining or emotion AI) refers to the use of natural language processing, text analysis, computational linguistics, and biometrics to systematically identify, extract, quantify, and study affective states and subjective information. Sentiment analysis is now being introduced to analyze the textual info that might bring an impact on the stock’s price.
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You Should Keep Buying Nvidia Shares - Here's Why
Nvidia (NVDA) failed to hit $175 last week. However, it did post a new 52-week high of $174.56 before it did its earnings report last Thursday. Geopolitical tensions and profit-taking are likely the reasons why NVDA dipped post-earnings. NVDA is trading below $170 again. It only means investors are again buying NVDA. They believe Nvidia’s growth momentum is still intact for the long run. Read more.

Machine Learning Trading Strategies For Mutual Funds
In this article, recent developments on the utilization of I Know First’s AI-based forecasting signals for trading are presented. These are highly performing and scalable strategies, average holding period of 4.5 to 30 days, suitable for mutual fund products and other investment vehicles. Certain constraints were applied to take typical requirements of mutual funds and alike into account. 
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Are Deep Learning Algorithms The Future Of Financial Investment?
There are a few major investment firms which are starting to use deep learning to take on investment strategies. Bridgewater Associates has $150 billion in assets under management and recently started a new artificial intelligence unit led by David Ferruci. Renaissance Technologies, which uses deep learning-based technology claims to have returned +35% annualized over 20 years. Read More.

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Dear Readers,

In an interview with CNBC this week, Andy Rubin, one of the lead developers of Android, stated that he believes AI will be the next majoring operating system. A brief glance at this concept may confuse some, who are used to the idea of Windows and Apple OS platforms being their operating systems. How exactly could artificial intelligence become the next operating system to replace these well-established models? The very definition of operating system includes the idea of a software which supports and handles all the computer functionality. The implication here is that Rubin believes we will eventually see AI handling all of our computer functionality. This is why he is running an AI-based incubator called Playground. We here at I Know First are working on the vision of AI becoming integrated in to various industries of the world, especially that of finance. We have recently been working together with a leading brokerage firm to develop an advanced decision supporting tool based on the I Know First forecasting system. This is a step towards Rubin's idea of AI becoming an operating system. In this case, we are working on utilizing AI to form the backbone of a predictive investment platform, which will help clients make smarter investment decisions based on the predictive algorithms we utilize to analyze the big data of the market. We truly believe that AI is the future of investment in these increasingly chaotic market times.

Warmest Regards,

Yaron Golgher, Co-Founder and CEO
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In the latest gold news: As of August 14 at 7:47am EST, gold was trading at $1280.86 per ounce, reversing the decline from the previous week. At approximately this time last week, gold was trading at $1256.56 per ounce.

Gold rose last week and hit its two-month high due to geopolitical tensions regarding North Korea and its nuclear missile program. Trump even went as far as to say that his previous threats of “fire and fury” may not have been enough and North Korea went as far as to threaten the US Territory of Guam with missiles.

Another reason that the bullion rallied so significantly last week is due to Thursday’s release of producer-price data. Consumer prices missed expectations of a 0.2% increase in July, rising only 0.1%. This reduced investor sentiment that another interest rate hike is in the near future and sent gold higher.

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Alphabet Inc.’s Google pays Apple Inc. about $3 billion per year, up from just $1 billion three years ago, to remain the default search engine on iOS devices, analysts at Bernstein wrote in research note Monday.

Bernstein’s researcher Toni Sacconaghi pointed to court documents that confirmed that Google paid Apple $1 billion in 2014 as part of an agreement to offer Apple a cut of what Google makes on iPhone and iPad users. “Given that Google payments are nearly all profit for Apple, Google alone may account for 5% of Apple’s total operating profits this year, and may account for 25% of total company OP growth over the last two years,” wrote the Bernstein analyst. Although $3 billion is a hefty sum, Apple’s market share in the mobile and tablet industries makes the payment worth every cent. Both parties are winning with this deal.

Apple’s service business, is expected  to grow on its own to reach the size of a Fortune 500 company and make up as much as 13% of total revenue in 2017. After digging into the filings and extrapolating for the tech firms’ growth since 2014, Bernstein suggests that Google’s licensing revenue is the largest or second-largest contributor to Apple’s service business growth.

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