Ryan Taliaferro • July 25, 2015
Single-exposure portfolio strategies can be useful for some but are hardly a one-size-fits-all allocation approach.
Adi Behari • July 24, 2015
Equities of leveraged energy and mining companies may be the canary in the coal mine, so to speak, signaling commodity price weakness.
Dan Weil • July 24, 2015
The hedge fund seeks to capitalize on buybacks and dividend hikes by shorting bonds and taking equity positions in companies that are leveraging up.
Lori Heinel • July 23, 2015
A study of index data reveals attractive, if volatile, premiums in small stocks in domestically focused developing markets.
David Turner • July 22, 2015
Thanks to course correction by CIO Hugh Hendry, the London firm’s flagship fund has been posting healthy returns after a couple of disappointing years.
Frances Denmark • July 20, 2015
Amid market volatility and record-low interest rates, can pensions invest for the long term? Europe’s top managers discuss the challenge.
Henry D'Auria, Justin Moreau • July 19, 2015
The supermarket sector offers an attractive value play and return potential in a market weighed down by geopolitical risk.
Rick Lacaille • July 17, 2015
Look for cheap stocks with underappreciated earnings potential; today, that includes Russian oil stocks and Chinese banks.
Allen T. Cheng • July 16, 2015
The government’s aggressive measures to stop a panic sell-off have steadied stocks but left big questions over outlook.
Robert Teitelman • July 15, 2015
Contrary to conventional wisdom, Gundlach doesn’t believe interest rates are rising any time soon.
Robert Teitelman • July 15, 2015
At today’s Delivering Alpha conference, Eric Mindich, Richard Perry and Mary Callahan Erdoes attempt to make sense of the global economy’s risks and potential rewards.
The Editors • July 15, 2015
Get real-time updates on the conversations happening at the fifth annual Delivering Alpha conference, hosted by Institutional Investor and CNBC.
Julie Segal • July 14, 2015
Total assets held by the II300, Institutional Investor’s annual ranking of the nation’s biggest buy-side firms, top $45 trillion.
Imogen Rose-Smith • July 13, 2015
With backing from former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, the onetime Clinton aide is starting an investment firm for the digital age.
Institutional Investor • July 13, 2015
Doubeline Capital's Philip Barach studied in Israel, where he learned first-hand how to recognize the start of inflation and manage investments in tough times.
Henry H. McVey • July 10, 2015
Faced with low yields and sluggish growth, investors should underweight bonds and focus on special situations, direct lending and real assets while keeping a wary eye on the Fed.
Aaron Timms • July 07, 2015
As investors cheer the passage of Regulation A+, the JOBS Act’s animating vision recedes further into the distance.
Jason Mitchell • July 07, 2015
With recession and scandal hitting equities and prompting Brazilians to look offshore, firms are courting investors with high-rate products.
Institutional Investor • July 06, 2015
Artisan's laser focus on managing risk and generating returns amplifies its approach to value investing, says portfolio manager David Samra.
Dave Iben • July 04, 2015
Value investing has been out of favor in recent years, but patient long-term investors can still find bargains in unloved sectors of the market.
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