“We need to make investment plans that adapt to market conditions and also take into account our own personal frailties,” says Andrew W. Lo.
Conventional wisdom is quite often wrong and misapprehensions can easily prevail, cemented perhaps by groupthink tendencies intrinsic to peer-influenced media.
Alarm bells have been ringing over the summer about remarkably low levels of volatility — a key input in many common investment models — across global markets.
This week’s roundup of interesting bits of news and analysis comes to you via Hong Kong, where all eyes (and ears) were on the opening of China’s annual session of parliament. One of the top stories to emerge was… READ MORE ›
Paul Woolley, a senior fellow at the London School of Economic and Political Science, neatly made the case that it’s long past time for professional investors to set aside the Efficient Market Hypothesis as the basis of most asset management strategies.
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