Imogen Rose-Smith • December 04, 2013
Signs of a European recovery have long-short equity managers eyeing the region for stock picks.
Ben Baris • December 03, 2013
Nineteen fund managers present their best investing ideas at Institutional Investor’s and SumZero’s first-ever InvestPitch competition.
• November 28, 2013
Institutional investors are not immune to bad investing decisions. We asked five top money managers to talk about what investors most often get wrong.
David Turner • November 27, 2013
Growth in small-cap stocks during 2013 suggests Abe’s monetary and fiscal policy moves have been taking hold.
Lee Partridge • November 21, 2013
A risk parity portfolio approach, which seeks to balance volatility over various asset classes, could weather quantitative easing.
Robert Stowe England • November 19, 2013
Russian equities may be out of favor, but cheap valuations make them attractive on a long-term basis, says a U.K. fund manager.
Imogen Rose-Smith • November 16, 2013
Two U.S. acquisitions by Canadian money manager Fiera Capital are a sign of changing times for the wealth management industry.
Robert Stowe England • November 13, 2013
The firm’s three-step stock selection formula helps its International Equity Fund resist the outflow from the sector.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • November 11, 2013
A year after making a case for the troubled retailer, I’ve got a newfound appreciation for a seldom-discussed investment topic: position sizing.
Mike Rierson • November 09, 2013
An alternative beta strategy may better reward risk than the Barclays aggregate bond index in this economic climate.
Chris Marx, Kent Hargis • November 05, 2013
An absolute-return strategy targeting stable, quality stocks can be as rate-insensitive as high-yield bonds but less volatile.
Tom Buerkle • November 05, 2013
Winners of II’s first-ever European investment management awards share a keen sense of value and strong risk management.
Kevin Simms • October 28, 2013
Despite the run-up in equity prices, value investors can find stocks that should outperform, even in a rising interest rate environment.
S.L. Mintz • October 23, 2013
There’s an algorithm for that: How big data and predictive analytics are set to transform investment research.
Robert Stowe England • October 18, 2013
Hayman Capital is one of several hedge fund firms taking a chance on J.C. Penney, despite the flagging retailer’s recent woes.
Kemal Ahmed • October 09, 2013
Indexes provide a convenient rubric for EM investment, although they can also present a narrow view of the possibilities.
Julie Segal • October 02, 2013
Capital Acquisition Corp. II is part of a revival in special purpose acquisition companies, publicly traded entities that can be an alternative to private equity.
Eric Johnson • September 30, 2013
Top firms in II’s China 20 reap big asset gains as regulators allow a proliferation of new product offerings.
S.L. Mintz • September 25, 2013
Activist investor Carl Icahn wants Apple to launch a big share repurchase program, but as our Buyback Scorecard shows, the decision is more complex than it may seem.
Loch Adamson • September 24, 2013
In the postcrisis world sovereign funds are pushing for lower fees from private equity firms and the ability to invest alongside them.
New analysts who are already gaining notice in our Rising Stars of Wall Street Research.
America’s executives see opportunities in economic and political challenges.
Government revives reform efforts and sees mutual funds as a vehicle for promoting growth.
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