Investors that buy assets with little concern for price could seriously disrupt the market once they start selling, according to GMO’s Ben Inker.
Part four of CIO’s Google Trends series: How investors fell in, and then out, of love with hedge funds—and how the relationship survives.
The French bank says it will pay to be prepared when Chair Yellen raises rates—and maybe even before that.
Structured loan products are proving popular with pension funds, especially in Europe.
Soon after declaring there are “no safe places to invest” in China to clients, Bridgewater Associates stressed that “too much has been made of the shift in their thinking.”
How can investors tell if stock markets are overpriced with flawed valuation metrics?
Despite the relentless push to passive, investor assets in the sector have only just moved ahead of those held by hedge funds.
Smaller hedge funds outperformed larger peers over the last 20 crisis-ridden years.
More than 80% of E&F investors are worried about not being able to meet long-term goals and critical funding needs 10 years from now, according to NEPC.
“Diversify more, expect less” in 2015, say strategists—and don’t dwell too much on the next Federal Reserve announcement.