Alicia McElhaney • August 21, 2017
In a new LinkedIn post on Monday, the Bridgewater founder said his firm is “tactically reducing” its risk in response to rising political tensions in the U.S.
Staff • August 21, 2017
Texas Teachers, Hartford HealthCare, Texas Tech, and the Wisconsin and New Jersey pension funds lead with two finalist placings each. Asset-owner peers will choose the winners, to be crowned on November 28 in New York City.
Dan Weil • August 21, 2017
While some in the investment community have soured on real estate investment trusts — turned off by the Federal Reserve’s interest-rate hikes and the likelihood that real estate is late in its growth cycle — others still see value in the sector.
Staff • August 18, 2017
Companies targeted by activist hedge funds are more likely to hide bad news and use earnings management techniques to make their quarterly numbers look better, according to new research.
Alicia McElhaney • August 18, 2017
The funds allege that six major banks conspired to overcharge on the stock loan market.
Imogen Rose-Smith • August 18, 2017
Hedge fund mogul Paul Tudor Jones co-founded JUST Capital to fix the ills of corporate capitalism by identifying the most just, or “good,” companies. Will it work?
Leanna Orr • August 18, 2017
A California public pension fund opts out of the absolute-return chase — and doesn’t look back.
Michelle Celarier • August 17, 2017
The CEO of activist hedge fund firm Pershing Square said in a three-hour presentation that ADP’s stock can double with a transformation of the “lethargic and inefficient sleeping giant.”
Imogen Rose-Smith • August 17, 2017
America needs more LGBT people on boards, says OUT Leadership, a New York-based group.
Staff • August 17, 2017
The gregarious and sentimental investors tilt toward value, whereas impulsive investors and thrill-seekers prefer growth stocks.
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