Can a Computer Do it Better? - Dealbreaker

Can a Computer Do it Better?

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The rise of algorithmic systems is influencing the way we invest. Automated, rules-based systems are finding their way into the strategies we use. But will the computers ultimately win? Years from now, how will we look back at individual, human stock picking?

Today, Dealbreaker is hosting is hosting an ongoing conversation moderated by Zack Miller, the editor in chief of Tradestreaming and a GP at equity crowdfunding platform OurCrowd. Zack has worked with some of the top fintech companies in the world and was one of the earliest employees at Seeking Alpha. Joining Zack in this conversation are experts Leigh Drogen, founder and CEO of Estimize, and Matthew Klein, founder and CEO of Collective2. The conversation will develop live over the next day or so, so click the button below to get updates and follow along like a fly-on-the-wall.

Zack Miller is an editor in chief at Tradestreaming and the author of Tradestream Your Way to Profits: Building a Killer Portfolio in the Age of Social Media. He is a graduate of Harvard University and the Kellogg School of Management.

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