From aiCIO Magazine's October Issue: Kip McDaniel traces the development of risk parity through its Wikipedia entry.
News Archive: Oct - 2012
From aiCIO Magazine's October Issue: Paula Vasan gives her take innovation and what it takes to be a winner.
In time for Halloween, an "eerie calm" has settled over financial markets, despite looming concerns over major economies.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy--that has devastated a large part of the East Coast--here's how investors might look ahead.
Market timing and security selection may have more significant contributions than assumed, an academic paper asserts
Norway's sovereign wealth fund--already the world's largest investor in equities--has to buy stocks when markets are falling as part of a strategy it calls rebalancing.
Investors should find potential in tactical exposure to the emerging market corporate sector, especially to quasi-sovereigns, within emerging market sovereign bond portfolios, according to PIMCO.
A decade of weak returns and poor transparency has driven asset owners to invest in only top quality funds.
Bernanke’s helicopter was meant to get markets flying high again – the rotor blades are spinning, but the uplift hasn’t happened.
The US regulatory agency is charging a Denver-based insurance executive with insider trading.
They are doing something right in Denmark – and it’s got a lot to do with managing risk.
Harvard’s -0.05% return doesn’t look so bad, after all.
Time’s up for private fund advisories to register with the SEC.
The bankrupt city is $5.3 million behind on its pension contributions, according to CalPERS.
Few institutional investors have shown a 25% investment return over the last five years – especially in the public sector.