Systematic Trading and Investing Can Protect Us From Ourselves

A systematic trading and investing strategy takes the emotions and biases out of financial decisions, leading to better results.

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So many of us find it difficult to manage our investments without emotions of panic or anxiety that often lead to unsound financial decisions. This even applies to those of us who deem ourselves knowledgeable about the markets. That’s why systematic trading and investing can protect us from our own bad decisions.

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Iyandra Smith, Esq., TEP
Chief Operating Officer, Quantfury Trading Limited

Dr. Iyandra Smith is the Chief Operating Officer of Quantfury Trading Limited (Nassau, The Bahamas), a dynamic fintech disruptive brokerage whose mission is to promote honesty, integrity, and transparency in trading. In her role, amongst other things, she serves as a key strategic partner to the Board of Directors to drive forward business strategy, ensure proper governance, and facilitate the modernization, optimization, and efficiency of the company’s operations. She is admitted to practice law in the State of Florida and the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. Iyandra has been featured on CNBC and in a host of global magazines and news publications. She is a sought-after speaker on trending issues within the financial services sector.