Top 10 Posts from 2017: Markets during War, Rules for Equity Valuations, LinkedIn Tips
Mark Armbruster, CFA, reviews historical capital markets performance during times of war.
James J. Valentine, CFA, shared his 11 rules for equity valuations and setting price targets at the CFA Institute Conference: Equity Research and Valuation 2017. Paul McCaffrey provides a synopsis.
Two of the most common problems with LinkedIn profiles are that they are either skeletal or generic. Julia VanDeren shares some advice from Ross Macpherson, president of the executive resume writing and career marketing company Career Quest, on how to invigorate your LinkedIn presence.
How many of the hedge funds out there are actually worth investing in? Ben Carlson, CFA, explores the question.
If you don’t take the time to think strategically about your cover letter and make sure it is well written, you are missing an important opportunity, says Julia VanDeren.
The “CV Queen” Victoria McLean, founder and CEO of City CV, offered some useful tips for acing job interviews in a recent CFA Institute webinar. Julia VanDeren discusses her insights.
So, what is blockchain? What will it do to our industry? Campbell R. Harvey led an extended presentation on the subject. Larry Cao, CFA, gives a rundown of the major takeaways.
If investors have the option to cheaply replicate their desired exposures to help solve their portfolio problems, then why shouldn’t they? Mark Harrison, CFA, curates the latest insights on what is meant by smart beta and factor investing and how they differ.
Uncertainty is everywhere. So how do you navigate it? Lauren Foster provides some helpful tips courtesy of Ben Carlson, CFA.
US investors aren’t too fond of European stocks these days and for good reason. But it may be time to consider investing in European equities, Michael Batnick, CFA, writes.
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