During our inaugural Tricks of the trade masterclass event Trevor Neil, instructor and portfolio manager at BETA Group, presented his Relative Rotation Graph (RRG) method, and offered interesting insight into how he's seen the trading industry develop over his extensive career.
After the presentation, we caught up with Trevor to ask how he sees the industry developing moving forward, particulalry as AI and algorthmic trading increasingly come to the fore. We also asked Trevor for more detail on the underlying methodology behind RRG and, more importantly, how people can look to apply it within their own trading strategies.
For the full interview, click to view the video below:
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