Staff • February 16, 2017
A Research Affiliates study says a strategy’s historical returns are negatively correlated with its subsequent performance.
Julie Segal • February 16, 2017
GSAM is picking up $21 billion in assets under the deal.
Rebecca Howard • February 15, 2017
New Zealand’s global, top-performing pension fund hits rising rates and volatile stock markets. The fund’s managers — the Guardians — counsel patience.
Robert Teitelman • February 15, 2017
A slew of public pension funds cashed out of hedge funds last year amid continued lackluster performance and high fees. But hedge fund critics almost never answer the more fundamental question: What’s the alternative?
Julie Segal • February 15, 2017
Behavioral finance helps explain why low-risk assets tend to perform better than they should compared to high-risk assets.
February 14, 2017
February 14, 2017
Kip McDaniel • February 14, 2017
A realist’s guide to the new political establishment and looming retirement battles
Dan Weil • February 13, 2017
Last year volatile stock markets dampened IPOs. This year should be better – if markets behave.
Angelo Calvello • February 13, 2017
It’s the newest contender for Asset Management Siren of the Year: the Crisis Risk Offset.
Julie Segal • February 10, 2017
Global tactical asset allocation funds have been struggling for years, but these actively managed vehicles can thrive in volatile markets.
Frances Denmark • February 09, 2017
Tim Walberg (R-MI) and Francis Rooney (R-FL) are working to roll back financial regulation issued under Obama administration.
Staff • February 08, 2017
Preqin ranks the allocators pouring the most money into the asset class – and the managers who are raking it in.
Julie Segal • February 08, 2017
Investors poured $289 billion into Vanguard funds last year while turning away from actively managed funds.
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