Practical analysis for investment professionals

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10 Trends in Asset Stewardship

Rahki Kumar believes it is important for long-term investors to encourage long-term strategy at companies and for all investors to recognize the role they play in markets.

Invest-Tech: The Next Phase of Fintech Innovation

“All invest-tech rests on two pillars: data latency, which is the speed in acquiring or processing error-free inputs, and inferential depth, which is the profoundness and durable accuracy of insights,” says Ashby Monk.

Peter Zeihan on Geopolitics: “A World That Will Fragment”

Geopolitical expert Peter Zeihan foresees simultaneous political crises that will erode local state authorities, unleashing violence and terrorism. Capital flight, driven by geopolitical concerns, will surely follow. “The result is a world that will fragment," he said. "The result is a breakdown in global trade.”

Energy Markets and Musical Chairs

Ten years ago, we thought the world was running out of oil, that China and other emerging market countries would have insatiable energy demand growth, and that production costs would generally rise over time. We were wrong. Energy expert Amy Myers Jaffe explains why.

Responsible Investing Is Coming of Age

With social responsibility now firmly established across the financial services spectrum, Steve Lydenberg, CFA, sees the potential for responsible investing to go beyond mere product innovation and deliver fundamental changes to the operating norms of the global financial system.

Lessons from the Canadian Public Pension Fund Model

What's the secret formula behind the Canadian public pension fund model? Are its strategies applicable in other contexts? A panel of experts recently weighed in.

A New Model for Pension Management

Keith P. Ambachtsheer, long an outspoken advocate for pension reform, gave a sober assessment of the state of the world’s workplace retirement plans, praising the relative strength of plans in northern Europe while declaring those in southern Europe to be a “disaster.”

Mindfulness in the Age of Disruption

"It's very easy for many of us to feel out of control," said mindfulness expert Jeremy Hunter. "We live too much on gas pedal, too much on brake." But there is a way to get back to what Hunter calls our "zone of resilience — a capacity to be calm." The key to doing that is the practice of mindfulness.

Helicopter Money: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?

What's the cause of the current global economic malaise? Lord Adair Turner believes it all comes down to debt. His proposed solution? Helicopter money, or what he prefers to call "overt monetary finance of increased fiscal expenditure."

Social Media: The Cornerstone of Financial Firms in the 21st Century

"It has never been more important to be able to differentiate yourself as a financial adviser than it is right now," Josh Brown, CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management, explained. "And social is how we do it. It’s how anyone can do it if they want to put in the time and the effort."



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