Artificial inteligence, Data science
Vilnius, Lithuania

Expert in data analytics and data science with multiple successful finished projects under my belt.
Worked in Vinted, Exacaster, Adform, Euromonitor.
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Mangirdas Adomaitis on InvestingArtificial inteligence, Data science1 day ago
Bitcoin is on the rise again. Checked hedge funds performance trading crypto assets. Main reason - funds could produce higher returns compared to hold strategies. Hedge funds are quicker to respond, can go long and short, most importantly professional traders are in place. My learnings so far: 1. Hedge funds performance is poor compared to Bitcoin buy and hold. Funds act more like volatility reducing mechanism rather than added growth. 2. Performance exception is Quantitative funds. Positive returns even in 2018 bear market, lower returns in Bull market during 2019. On average - similar returns to buy and hold Bitcoin. 3. Bad performing funds just don’t survive long enough - thus data is hard to track. 4. Fair option is to buy and hold assets yourself. Or consider quantitative funds for more stability. About report: 1. Only 2018-2019 data. 2. 48 funds included. 3. High management fees and possibly higher entry amount required. 4. Source: PwC https://www.pwc.com/gx/en/financial-services/pdf/pwc-elwood-annual-crypto-hedge-fund-report-may-2020.pdf
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Lucien CattaiCertified Hypnotherapist
Any kind of market always crashes or bubbles at some point - always looking back in history. The only investment that always grows or at worst stall is investing in ourselves - our soul always grows with a return to as much as 5000% over a lifetime
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Mangirdas AdomaitisArtificial inteligence, Data scienceSome time ago
How does Latvia/Estonia card spending differ so much from Lithuania? Lithuania differs by 10+% 🤔 Does push for less cash by private and central bank show results? Or other reasons?
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Nerijus MačiulisEconomist, investor, teacher, runner, diver.
Bigger (later) transition from cash to cashless, also consumption in Lithuania seems to be affected less than in the other countries.
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Mangirdas AdomaitisArtificial inteligence, Data scienceSome time ago
Looking for something to watch on Sunday evening? Give a shot to “David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet” on Netflix. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64R2MYUt394

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Andrew Lim Mao TungWindows System Admin with a passion to motivate and likes Technology.
Sad truth is that corporation only thinks of profits, one day I was in a rooftop of a hotel, as we going to fix a satellite dish for broadband. I saw a lot of dead pigeon and droppings. This movie hope to give awareness to our future generations.
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Mangirdas AdomaitisArtificial inteligence, Data scienceSome time ago
Hi Mangirdas! What statistical concepts should every person know in order to get a better understanding of social science research, such as economics, sociology, psychology, etc.? As a psychologist, I see a lot of value in understanding the following: - population vs. sample vs. data - independent vs. dependent variable - causation vs. correlation vs. regression - moderation vs. mediation - gaussian vs. bayesian statistics Hope it's not to much. Thanks!
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Thanks for the question! This is a broad one. Let me talk about one point for now. Binary outcome VS multi-option(or even continuous) outcomes. We(people) tend to generalise everything to binary - yes/no outcomes too much. 1. Profit or Loss 2. Success or Failure 3. Happy or Sad 4. Political right or left However, world is more complex than that. Thus we should think more about multi-option outcomes. Maybe this way we could better understand social phenomena and each other.
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Mangirdas AdomaitisArtificial inteligence, Data scienceSome time ago
Want to generalise a bit on Marius insight. Did society always struggled to keep people in charge accountable for their promises? Or is it just a recent trend? My opinion. It became hard to even remember promises due to increase in information overflow from web/TV. Not even talking about making someone accountable. What do you think?
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Donall ToweyPartnerships & Growth <> Alum @ Google | Bain
A clear record of promises may be part of the challenge. Another way to view this is leaders are actually held to account quite well. However only by strongly motivated and aligned groups. There’s a fair bit of game theory that explores this. Also as a quick watch “Rules for Rulers” on YouTube is an interesting take on this.
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