September 27, 2022
In this session, Nicolas Mangee, Professor of Finance at Georgia Southern University, describes the key findings of a comprehensive investigation of unscheduled events using big data textual analysis of financial news.
This year's RavenPack Research Symposium brought two intense days of knowledge sharing in London and New York, from 25 top experts in natural language processing, quantitative investing and machine learning. Together, we explored how firms can leverage new language models to generate alpha, better manage risk and respond to calls for more sustainable investment practices.
Nicholas Mangee, Professor of Finance at Georgia Southern University described “animal spirits'' - instincts and emotions that drive human economic behavior - and its application in the emerging field of narrative economics. Based on his recent book, Pr Mangee described the Novelty-Narrative Hypothesis for the U.S. equity market by conducting a comprehensive investigation of unscheduled events using big data textual analysis of financial news.
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