Anticipate future supply and demand for global equities from the allocation and reallocation of capital and risk within institutional portfolios using Irithmics’ award-winning AI.
Irithmics’ proprietary AI technology recognises and classifies patterns in the investment strategies, views and expectations of global institutional investors. The insights and data generated help asset managers and corporates measure, monitor and anticipate how the strategies of other investors are likely to influence future supply and demand for global equities.
Forecasted supply and demand pressure is one aspect of Irithmics’ AI assessment of the strategies, views and expectations of global institutional investors.
Irithmics' deep neural networks and reinforcement learning have learnt to recognise and classify common characteristics and patterns in how these investors have historically changed their views, expectations and portfolio exposures in response to market opportunities and risks.
These common characteristics allow Irithmics' AI to forecast how and when different strategies might increase or decrease their exposures to different equities, leading to an increase in demand or supply - this is Irithmics' Supply & Demand Pressure.
Evaluating patterns and trends in the past is useful and informative - using Irithmics’ AI to forecast these into the future, provides powerful insights and differentiated market intelligence, helping inform decisions and actions.
AI can't predict the future, but it can help mitigate against unexpected future events. Forecasting how the strategies of institutional portfolios might adjust exposures to individual companies helps explain and anticipate market activity for asset managers, risk managers, investment banks, research analysts and corporates.
Irithmics' Supply & Demand Pressure data can be accessed in our web application which provides individuals with the ability to visualise and monitor the data; and also, as a data feed providing FTP or API access for quantitative asset managers, risk managers and brokers.
If you'd like to learn more about our web application or data feeds, please get in touch.