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Quantitative hedge funds rely on proprietary mathematical models to uncover investment opportunities. Integral to their investment approaches are economic, statistical and computer driven analyses. Quantitative hedge funds are known for being high frequency traders, often using sophisticated technology to fire off a large number of trades quickly in order to capture profits from short term market pricing anomalies. Commonly called "Quant-Shops," quantitative funds are largely staffed by mathematically inclined individuals that commonly have Masters or PhDs is mathematics, engineering, computer science, statistics, or the sciences. Two of the top and most renowned quantitative hedge funds, which are also happen to be two of the largest hedge fund manager by assets under management, are Jim Simons' Renaissance Technologies and David Harding's Winton Capital Management .
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