Symon Stickney: Using AI to help navigate market turbulence

AI integration 'inevitable'

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By utilising AI in the investment process man and machine can work together to mitigate inherent human biases, writes Symon Stickney

Investors are often their own worst enemies when stock markets are falling. Human emotions and biases can cloud our decision-making and lead to the worst of consequences at important moments. Those biases can hurt performance at the best of times, but it is usually when stock markets fall where poor decision-making can amplify losses, led by irrational decision-making and an unstructured approach to asset allocation. However, by using AI, man and machine can work together to mitigate those human biases and hopefully avoid the worst of market corrections. The different emotions inve...

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