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New Study Shows Hedge Fund Investors are Quick Learners

Sep 3rd, 2019 | Filed under: Hedge Fund Industry Trends, Consultants, Hedge Fund Strategies, Equity Hedge Funds, Newly Added, Institutional Investing, Event-Driven Hedge Funds, High-net-worth investors, Endowments & Foundations, The A.I. Industry, Institutional Asset Management, Family Offices, Hedge Funds

A recent study by two scholars at the University of California Irvine asks how quickly investors learn about the skills of their asset managers, including their hedge fund managers. Christopher Schwarz and Zheng Sun, both associate professors of finance at The Paul Merage School of Business at UC Irvine, hadRead More

How Bayesians Solve the Markowitz Problem

Jan 13th, 2019 | Filed under: CAPM / Alpha Theory, Financial Economics Theory, Newly Added, Behavioral finance, The Global Economy & Currencies, Macroeconomics, Finance & Economics

Understanding of the “Markowitz problem” has changed in the 60+ years since Harry Markowitz’ publication of an article in the Journal of Finance that outlined the basics of modern portfolio theory. The problem is that portfolio theory requires an investor to estimate risk, return, and correlation from market data, meaningRead More