Can portfolio evaluation be done in a way that helps investment managers succeed? For the latest installment in his multi-asset strategy series, Larry Cao, CFA, posed this question to some of the smartest institutional investors around. Here's what they had to say.
Companies may better serve society by bringing corporate purpose, as expressed in authentic branding and mission statements, into alignment with business actions.
Looking for a framework for determining investment strategy selection and assessment? Choosing your investment opportunities simply comes down to the FACTS.
Writers (and readers), especially in the age of increasingly short attention spans, want findings served up in bite-size chunks that are easily digestible. There is room in our media diet for some of that. In this edition of Undervalued Posts from the Financial Blogosphere, I want to highlight posts that take the opposite tack.
The author identifies some interesting conundrums related to financial theory and lodges a number of valid criticisms of financial industry practices. He also criticizes existing laws and rules because they did not prevent the global financial crisis of 2008–2009.
The enormous growth in hedge fund assets began in the late 1990s and has continued up to the present. At the same time, academic research has focused on the flow-driven price impacts on financial assets but has not focused on burgeoning hedge fund assets. Katja Ahoniemi and coauthor Petri Jylhä seek to correct that oversight with their recent Financial Analysts Journal article, “Flows, Price Pressure, and Hedge Fund Returns.
Over the past two years, two teams of Financial Analysts Journal authors have been exchanging ideas through a series of articles and letters published in the FAJ.
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