Benchmarking tool portfolio optimisation

You can systematically improve your portfolio's profit/risk profile by ensuring that its asset classes are arranged in the optimum weighting. Our benchmarking tool lets you see your portfolio’s potential.

The benchmarking tool for portfolio optimisation is currently available in German. Please get in touch with your personal contact at Picard Angst for a consultation.

In cooperation with OpenMetrics

Picard Angst developed the benchmarking tool for portfolio optimisation in collaboration with OpenMetrics, a Zurich-based ETH spin-off. It is rooted in cutting-edge academic research, innovative mathematics-based financial models, and Picard Angst’s systematic financial engineering.

ETH Spinoff

This calculation tool is intended as an aid. Picard Angst AG accepts no liability for the accuracy of the values entered, nor for any incorrect calculations.

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