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00:00 - Intro
01:25 - Feel free to share this podcast with like-minded friends using this link: https://top-traders-unplugged.captivate.fm/listen and a big thank you to those who have left a rating or review on iTunes
02:38 - Macro recap from Niels
04:52 - Weekly review of returns
09:58 - Q1; Daniel: How do I choose which signals to take when too many arise for a small account?
15:21 - Q2; Mervin: Do you have any advice for finding low-risk entry points into Trend Following funds?
25:31 - The history of machine learning and how to define it properly
44:24 - How can machine learning be profitable during rare market moves when the data sample size for these moves is so small?
48:41 - Which specific areas of Trend Following are more suited to Trend Following? How risky is it to blindly follow a machine learning strategy?
54:20 - Do you classify machine learning as a form of artificial intelligence?
55:55 - Have you come across any machine learning funds that have done well for a reasonably long period of time?
01:00:48 - Tell us about the recent experiment that Man Group carried out using machine learning to pick the perfect (and sustainable) Christmas dinner?
01:04:44 - Announcement of future special Top Traders Unplugged episodes hosted by Hari Krishnan, as well as special episodes of the Systematic Investor featuring all the usual co-hosts over Christmas
01:06:18 - Benchmark performance update