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Peter M.J. Gross

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Biography

Peter M.J. Gross is an online content specialist for CFA Institute, where he has managed blogs for the CFA Institute Annual Conference, European Investment Conference, and Middle East Investment Conference. Previously, he worked at Hampton Roads Publishing Company and at MFS Investment Management. Mr. Gross' articles have been published by Enterprising Investor, City A.M., Seeking Alpha, and The Hook. His work has also been highlighted by Real Clear Markets and the World Economic Forum. Mr. Gross holds a BA degree from Connecticut College.

Author's Posts
Investment Management Fees: Beware the Cobra Effect

Bad incentives lead to bad results, Daniel Brocklebank, CFA, observed at the 72nd CFA Institute Annual Conference.

Daniel J. Levitin: Multi-Tasking Doesn’t Work

“One thing that the brain is very, very good at is self-deception,” says Daniel J. Levitin.

Four Behavioral Biases — and How to Fight Them

Behavioral finance expert Daniel Crosby says there are four types of behavioral biases.

Investments That Ride a Generational Wave

“People tend to think rules don’t change, but in financials, they’ve clearly evolved,” says Thomas J. Lee, CFA.

Ashby Monk on Alternative Data’s Potential

"Alternative data is far more important to our community than artificial intelligence,” Ashby Monk, PhD, says.

Adapting to Disruption: The Investment Industry’s New Normal

The challenges confronting finance today are really opportunities to bring positive change to the industry, according to a panel of experts at the 2018 CFA Institute European Investment Conference.

Whistleblowing: The Risks and Rewards

“You do not wake up one morning saying, ‘Well, I am going to be a whistleblower,’” says Stephanie Gibaud.

BlackRock’s Kate Moore: Opportunities in Equities

Kate Moore, chief equity strategist at BlackRock, thinks that the next six months should be a great opportunity for investment managers who can stay focused over the longer term.

Investing in a Winner-Take-All World

Today's winners are winning bigger and dominating differently than their predecessors. Erik Weisman, PhD, and Sean Cameron, CFA, think that it could be an enduring trend.

Andrew W. Lo: To Survive Adaptive Markets, Look to Biology

Andrew W. Lo explained how insights from biology can address the shortcomings of the efficient market hypothesis (EMH).



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