This has been the craziest market I can remember in my past umpty ump years. If you look back at the many in and out postings this year you will see that I fared pretty well. However, I can not take full credit. A fair share of the credit goes to the other people in the August 24th posting, Dr. Ronjon Nag and Dr. Jeremy Sosabowski. They are the people responsible for introducing me to artificial intelligence.
Come March 28th, Ronjon and I will be offering a portfolio management course at Stanford University that begins with where we began: he, with AI, me, with portfolio theory. It concludes with our current attempts to develop an AI driven portfolio management framework that is not available to the public. I will post the Zoom course outline on Wednesday.
About Frank Sortino
Frank Sortino is finance professor emeritus from San Francisco State University and Director of the Pension Research Institute which he founded in 1981. For 10 years he wrote a quarterly analysis of mutual funds for Pensions and Investments Magazine and he has written two books on the subject of Post Modern Portfolio Theory. He has been a featured speaker at many conferences in the U.S., Europe, South Africa, and the Pacific Basin. Dr. Sortino received his Ph.D in Finance from the University of Oregon and has carried out research projects with many institutions like Shell Oil, Netherlands and The City and County of San Francisco Retirement System.
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Nice. Thanks Frank