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Venn by Two Sigma is a platform investors use to consolidate investment data and perform out-of-the-box quantitative analyses.

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Venn is a collaborative investment platform designed to increase your efficiency and empower you to make smarter decisions.

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Free, investment-only analysis:

  • Analyze your organization’s private holdings alongside more than 100k public funds and investments
  • Execute factor analysis to uncover the potential risk drivers of your investments
  • Conduct manager evaluations in a fraction of the time
  • Align assumptions with your team in one central location

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Everything in Venn + Portfolio Analysis and Construction:

  • Estimate portfolio performance before your managers report returns
  • Assess the overall impact on your portfolio of adding a new manager
  • Discover your organization’s optimized allocation mix based on its specific forecasts, objectives and constraints
  • Understand the investment-level drivers of your portfolio

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5 Ways to Use Venn to Kick Off 2020

After receiving your last few managers’ returns for 2019, many of you may now be finalizing year-end board materials, preparing for annual manager reviews and revisiting your portfolio’s allocation. By updating your latest returns, portfolio lineup, and capital market assumptions, Venn can assist with many of these exercises and help you plan for the year ahead. Let’s walk through them together.

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January 2020 Venn Factor Performance Report

The Venn Factor Performance Report reviews how the coronavirus outbreak impacted the factors in the Two Sigma Factor Lens in the first month of 2020.

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What’s the Difference Between Momentum and Trend Following?

Momentum and Trend Following are similar in that they both intend to capture momentum, or the tendency for an asset to persist in its relative (or absolute) performance. In what ways do these factors differ, and why does it matter?

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