Statistics instead of opinion.
Quantitative investment strategies analyze the markets and make investment decisions using statistical methods. Artificial intelligence takes into account the interrelationships and dependencies in the markets. Gutmann has successfully worked with quantitative investment models for over 15 years. We implement our quantitative strategies cost-effectively via exchange-traded funds (ETFs). In this way, we combine the desire for index-tracking investments and rule-based investments.
Discipline in disposition.
Quantitative investment approaches stand for discipline and rationality. Statistics are a sober science, emotions are alien to it. An unemotional view of the markets and a disciplined implementation of the investment strategy has a great benefit, especially in chaotic times. This makes a quantitative approach a valuable complement to other investment strategies.
There is an axiom that three factors are critical to a successful investment strategy: Discipline, discipline and discipline. This feature is already built into our quantitative model as decisions follow a clear systematic approach. This allows you to remain calm even in turbulent market phases.
Today, there is a flood of information available. However, does the information help us make better decisions or does it obscure our view of the core fundamentals? Statistics remain unimpressed by this dissonance as it follows clear rules. This is why our quantitative strategies have been successful for many years.
Diversification of investment styles
Our investors appreciate the diversification in their investments, which can be achieved with our quantitative strategies.
Do you have questions?
Your portfolio is tailored to you, your needs and your risk profile. With every investment, the possible return depends directly on the risk. The higher the possible return, the higher the risk.
By investing in several different securities, the risk of the entire investment can be reduced. Nevertheless, individual risks cannot be ruled out. Investments in the money and capital markets are, among others, subjects to the following risks: price risk, currency risk, credit risk, liquidity risk, interest rate risk, operational risk. Your client advisor will gladly go into detail about these risks during your personal meeting.