Three times a day, Acadian Asset Management calculates the relative attractiveness and expected return of 40,000 stocks around the world. “You may notice we like numbers,” Churchill Franklin says with a laugh. The Acadian CEO is sitting in a conference room at the Boston headquarters of the quantitative investment firm for an interview in early May.
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