Is your asset allocation strategy prepared for the bear market?

Diversification Fails

The Bear Is Coming Given the instability of the capital markets, the subject of fiduciary investing is an opportune theme. A fiduciary relationship makes the most elevated obligation forced by law, causing that a trustee to put an investor’s interests first when making asset allocation decisions and act only on the investor’s behalf especially in … Read more Is your asset allocation strategy prepared for the bear market?

Trade-Off: A study in global systemic collapse

Contagion in the monetary framework

A Paper: As indicated by David Korowicz of FEASTA in his paper: ‘Trade-Off: Financial System Supply-Chain Cross-Contagion: a study in global systemic collapse,” it diagrams how contagion in the monetary framework could set off the semi-independent virus in supply chains comprehensively, even where purchasers and dealers are connected by dissolvability, sound cash, and bank intermediation. … Read more Trade-Off: A study in global systemic collapse

Quant Strategies: Will Returns Seen in Research Be Achieved?

Factor Investing

Given the vast differences between the backtested and live execution of quantitative strategies, investors ought to be reproachful of writing featuring alluring returns from factor contributing. Luckily, asset managers have developed long-short products as of late that give long-short factor analysis and engage investors to effectively think about hypothetical versus realized returns.