MathLabs Ventures to launch its first Quant-led Bitcoin Futures ETF in the wake of … | Nation / World


LOS ANGELES, Oct. 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Large Bitcoin Stock Market Rotation Revitalizes $ 2.4 trillion Coin of Quantitative Investment, and MathLabs Ventures offers retail investors and ETF managers a rare opportunity to outperform cryptocurrency markets.

MathLabs Ventures has a number of systematic strategies wrapped up in exchange traded funds. “The SEC is likely to allow the first US Bitcoin futures ETF to start trading next week, in what would be a turning point for crypto. The AI-driven smart beta products by our team at MathLabs have been widely used and thoroughly tested by Cryptocurrency We are delighted to be part of the first wave of US Bitcoin Futures ETFs by launching our MathLabs Bitcoin Strategy ETF which is essentially an ETF or ETF, ”said Priyanca Ford, Founder of MathLabs Ventures .

Investors betting on a post-pandemic world are sending money to riskier companies that are extremely sensitive to the business cycle – due to the notorious resurgence of the value factor. And as the big tech security trade relaxes, equity gains widen and popular allocation styles like momentum rebound.

All of this means that the smart beta industry, which touts the virtues of diversification, seems particularly smart.


Founded by Harvard + MIT mathematicians writing custom trading algorithms on a quantum computer all day.

MathLabs Venture’s quantitative algorithms have returned 72.37% against the S&P 500 over the past 4 years by investing in companies involved in the development and production of robots, machine learning or artificial intelligence aimed at profiting to humanity. quarter of its total assets of $ 1.74 billion in US stocks. The rest is invested in the UK and Asia. Our minimum investment is $ 10 million, expense ratio 0.48% + pay dividend.

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