A global survey of managers finds high levels of cash and a dramatic change in sentiment towards Europe.
Integrating, not just mixing, factors is the key to successful portfolio construction, research shows.
Losses incurred on June 23 were an outlier and not a portent of more difficulties ahead, managers say.
Amsterdam’s government has funding from two pension plans to help revamp its most (in)famous area.
Cannabis, gambling, alcohol—are ‘sin stocks’ worth the investment?
The top 100 managers had $3.6 trillion in assets under management.
Low volatility prior to the UK’s landmark referendum may have lulled some investors into a false sense of security, according to research.
Research Affiliates argues that factor valuations are expensive relative to history.
Despite the headlines, asset owners have boosted hedge fund allocations more than they’ve cut back.
UK hedge fund researchers find systematic sports betting can diversify and outperform traditional assets.