|Bid||26.13 x 1000|
|Ask||27.49 x 1000|
|Day's Range||27.47 - 27.61|
|52 Week Range||22.19 - 27.61|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||1.36%|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.79%|
Artificial intelligence will be one of the enduring themes that will no doubt spill over into 2020 as more businesses begin to utilize the technology as part of their core businesses—ETF providers included. One firm, Equbot, has a pair of funds that are worth of look, particularly if investors want domestic exposure, international exposure or both— AI Powered Equity ETF (NYSE Arca: AIEQ) and the AI-Powered International Equity ETF (AIIQ) . AIEQ is actively managed and invests primarily in equity securities listed on a U.S. exchange based on the results of a proprietary, quantitative model developed by EquBot that runs on the IBM Watson™ platform.
Can artificial intelligence (AI) determine that you want to order a dark roast coffee with a splash of almond milk and one packet of sugar? It could be heading that directions as coffeehouse chain Starbucks is looking to utilize AI to open up additional avenues to sales. Per a Motley Fool report, Starbucks is partnering with Microsoft to use data to enhance the customer service experience.
AllianceBernstein Holding LP introduced a robot with the capability of executing corporate-bond trades directly with bots at dealer counterparties. The firm debuted the system in August and completed three trades with similar digital assistants at other firms—Citigroup Inc., Morgan Stanley and Royal Bank of Canada.
The firm debuted the system in August and completed three trades with similar digital assistants at other firms—Citigroup Inc., Morgan Stanley and Royal Bank of Canada. “We’ve taken a traditional human-to-human interaction and augmented it to allow a machine to meet another machine,” said Maryanne Richter, global head of credit electronic trading strategy at Morgan Stanley in New York. Per a Bloomberg report, “automation is making inroads on trading desks, such as at UBS Group AG and HSBC Holdings Plc, where robots are making bond sales more efficient.
As artificial intelligence (AI) continues to become a transformational technology that is only evolving as time passes, it can only get better, which is good news for boosting the ARK Innovation ETF (ARKK) , which is up 12.67% year-to-date. “Computers, intelligent machine, and robots seem like the workforce of the future. Today, forms of AI have proven to be effective as powerful neural networks and deep learning tools took over the heavy lifting for data processing.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is obviously making major breakthroughs across all sectors, but in the healthcare arena, the technology is now piercing the preventative health veil and making headway in cardiovascular health risk. This could put certain AI-focused exchanged-traded funds on investors’ radars like the AI-Powered International Equity ETF (AIIQ) . Per an Observer report, “Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) are using machine learning to estimate the risk of cardiovascular death.
It’s no secret anymore that artificial intelligence (AI) is poised for growth as more companies, in all sectors, are adopting the technology in some form or fashion to run their core businesses. A growth spurt in AI-focused startups could boost the *AI-Powered International Equity ETF (AIIQ)*.
It’s no secret anymore that artificial intelligence (AI) is poised for growth as more companies, in all sectors, are adopting the technology in some form or fashion to run their core businesses. A growth spurt in AI-focused startups could boost the AI-Powered International Equity ETF (AIIQ) . Under the hood, the fund runs on the EquBot Model: a proprietary algorithm with the use of IBM’s Watson. The model analyzes and compares a multitude of data points and international companies on a daily basis to find and optimize portfolio exposures.
When it comes to investing in transformational technology, exchange-traded fund (ETF) investors shouldn’t look further than artificial intelligence (AI). It’s certainly something that Japanese holdings company SoftBank is focusing on in the future. “Within 30 years, definitely, things will be flying,” said SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son.
U.S. markets on Wednesday were put in panic mode as the 2- and 10-year U.S. Treasury yield curve briefly inverted, which is typically a recession indicator. “A curve inversion is an intermediate-term buy signal,” said Tony Dwyer, analyst at Canaccord Genuity. One area of opportunity could be within artificial intelligence (AI).
Robots haven't taken over the world, at least not yet, but one exchange traded fund powered by artificial intelligence is performing pretty well. The AI Powered Equity ETF (NYSE: AIEQ ) is higher by nearly ...
In the investment space, artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly gaining widespread attention for its ability to be a disruptive technology that spans across a variety of sectors, which makes it a viable alternative for exchange-traded funds (ETFs) opportunities. With more technologies investing in AI like Facebook who is funding brain experiments that allows a device that can read the human brain. Facebook eventually wants to use AI technology in order to create a wearable device that can control music or interact in virtual reality via the user's thoughts.
Japanese Holdings Company Softbank announced that it will launch a fund that will allocate $108 billion towards artificial intelligence (AI) investing in companies that are developing the technology around the globe. On its own behalf, Softbank is allocating $38 billion while the rest of the invested funds will come from other partners. Companies expected to take part in the fund include names like Apple, Microsoft, iPhone assembler Foxconn, Standard Chartered Bank, Japanese financial giants Mizuho Bank, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation and MUFG Bank.
Software giant Microsoft recently opened its wallet and gave OpenAI, a startup co-founded by Elon Musk, to support the goal of developing artificial intelligence (AI) technology that can outdo human brain functioning. This generous investment could certainly put AI-focused exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in focus for investors looking to capitalize on the growing space of disruptive technologies. "The creation of AGI will be the most important technological development in human history, with the potential to shape the trajectory of humanity," says Sam Altman, CEO, OpenAI.
An artificial intelligence (AI) system developed by researchers at the University of California, Irvine solved the Rubik's Cube puzzle in just over one second. This type of revolutionary technology will certainly continue to keep investors interested in AI-focused exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Per an article on UCI News, "DeepCubeA, a deep reinforcement learning algorithm programmed by UCI computer scientists and mathematicians, can find the solution in a fraction of a second, without any specific domain knowledge or in-game coaching from humans.
In the investment space, artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly gaining widespread attention for its ability to be a disruptive technology that spans across a variety of sectors, which makes it a viable alternative for exchange-traded funds (ETFs) opportunities. For one ETF, the AI-Powered International Equity ETF (AIIQ) , it's been a year since inception and has already bested its benchmark by 7 percent. AI continues to disrupt the investment management space, prompting many asset managers and investors to rethink the way they invest, research and develop portfolio construction methodologies. EquBot recognized this need for advancement and broke the mold by pioneering a new method combining AI with ETFs.
Artificial intelligence has myriad applications and that includes some in the investment world. Some exchange traded funds are even backed by AI capabilities. “The underlying fund investments in AIEQ are based on the results of proprietary quantitative models developed by Equbot with IBM Watson artificial intelligence,” according to the issuer.
EquBot Inc., a leader in combining deep financial analysis with the cognitive power of artificial intelligence (AI), will ring the Opening Bell at the NYSE this morning to celebrate the successful launch of its AI Powered International Equity ETF (NYSE Arca: AIIQ). AIIQ, which began trading in June of 2018, is the first actively managed international equity ETF to utilize the power of an AI-driven approach. “The world produces as much data now in a single day as it previously did over the course of decades, making technology essential to analyzing, understanding and identifying opportunities in the global markets,” added Art Amador, COO and co-founder of EquBot.
It seems like AI is slowly making its way into all aspects of our lives, even our investments. Equbot's ETF uses both AI and IBM Watson to help find the best investment opportunities in the market. Art Amandor, COO and co-founder of EquBot joined The Final Round to discuss.
Equbot, the AI-powered international equity ETF is being picked up by IBM's Watson. Chida Khatua, Equbot Co-Founder and CEO, joins Seana Smith on 'The Ticker;' to discuss what investors need to know about AI and its uses in investing.