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Emotions and Decision Making: Five Steps to Improve Your Process

The best defense against bad decisions is to fire up our System 2 thinking.

ESG Integration in Asia Pacific: Markets, Practices, and Data

CFA Institute and the Principles of Responsible Investment (PRI) have released the final report (in a series of four) concerning the current state of global ESG integration.

The Venture Capital Gender Gap: What Qualifies as Female Content?

What makes a company woman-led? The metrics vary and can be confusing. Duncan Stewart, CFA, proposes a points-based system that could bring more clarity.

Geraldine Sundstrom: Navigating the “Recession Moment”

“There is only one thing that keeps us up at night and could topple the economy into a big recession," says PIMCO's Geraldine Sundstrom. "That is a trade war."

Ethics in Practice: CFA Exam Comments. Case and Analysis–Week of 24 June

Test your knowledge of the CFA Institute Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct and practice your ethical decision making by working through the case below and supporting your answer choice in the conversation. Check back for the analysis posted later in the week.

SpaceX Is Opening Up the Next Frontier for HFT

It has been a few years now since the topic of high-frequency trading (HFT) has garnered mainstream attention, or even much coverage in the financial press.

Private Equity Access: Should We Beware?

Should retail investors have access to private equity investments? Preston McSwain shares his take.

How Are Gender Lens Funds Performing?

Research demonstrates that stronger women in leadership (WIL) metrics correlate with superior company performance.

PIMCO’s Sundstrom discusses how to navigate the “recession moment”

Geraldine Sundstrom doesn't think we're at the end of the economic cycle yet, but she warns that "When midnight strikes, and Cinderella’s carriage turns into a big pumpkin, you’re going to have to do something."

Book Review: Heterodox Investment Theory

Thomas Pistorius challenges much of mainstream investment theory that uses mathematical statistics to predict returns.