A Man for All Markets is the autobiography of a man regarded by many as the father of quantitative finance. His story is one of a mathematician who moved from solving such casino games as blackjack to applying his skills to option pricing and statistical arbitrage. As he recounts his journey, he provides insights for all money managers on how to generate an edge and beat the markets through deep research.
Leading econometricians address the issue of statistically identifying and measuring business cycle regimes and turning points. They provide a framework for modeling and predicting cyclical shifts. This work is relevant for investment managers interested in matching business cycle analysis with asset allocation decisions.
Active share’s popularity has largely been driven by two factors. First, it appears simple and intuitive; active share is the proportion of a portfolio’s holdings that is different from the benchmark for that portfolio. Second, the investment industry has become fascinated by the debate over the link between the level of active share and outperformance of the benchmark.
This book provides a broad overview of value investing and detailed implementation guidelines for a wide variety of value-investing disciplines. The book focuses more on guiding readers in selecting and applying their own approach to value investing than on stories of how the “gurus” achieved success.
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