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Library » Why a Coordinated Portfolio Management Structure is Important

April 29, 2014 | Active Management

Portfolio Management Structure refers to the basic issues related to setting up and maintaining an investment portfolio. The key issues to consider when evaluating a portfolio’s management structure include: the mechanism for adjusting the portfolio to fundamental shifts in the market and …

Library » Why Asset Class Diversification is Important

April 16, 2014 | Active Management

One of the most effective risk management tools available to investors is diversification across multiple asset classes (e.g., stocks, bonds, and cash). A portfolio’s distribution across various asset classes is referred to as the portfolio’s asset allocation. Academic studies have shown that …

Library » Why Managing Capital Risk Is Important

April 14, 2014 | Active Management

While risk is often defined by various statistics, the broadest definition of risk to investors is failing to achieve one’s investment objectives. There are three basic portfolio risks that can prevent an investor from reaching his/her goals: Capital Risk - the possibility of sustained …

Library » The Importance of Managing Inflation Risk for Long-Term Investors

April 09, 2014 | Active Management

Introduction to Risk Management While risk is often defined by various statistics, the broadest definition of risk to investors is failing to achieve one’s investment objectives. There are three basic portfolio risks that can prevent an investor from reaching his/her goals: Capital Risk—the …

Library » An All-Cap Core Investment Approach

April 08, 2014 | Active Management

What is an All-Cap Core Approach An All-Cap Core investment approach expands equity opportunities to include all levels of market capitalization and the range of style classifications. Rather than a constrained focus on a limited area of the investment universe, an All-Cap Core approach allows …

Library » Understanding Reinvestment Rate Risk in Today’s Environment: Avoiding Going Broke “Safely”

April 03, 2014 | Active Management

While risk is often defined by various statistics, the broadest definition of risk to investors is failing to achieve one’s investment objectives. There are three basic portfolio risks that can prevent an investor from reaching his/her goals: Capital Risk - the possibility of sustained losses …

Library » A Historical Perspective on the Asset Allocation Decision

March 26, 2014 | Active Management

Introduction To a large extent, investment objectives are driven by investment time horizon, magnitude of withdrawals, and risk tolerance level. These goals must be identified and prioritized in order to determine an appropriate asset allocation. Establishing the appropriate asset allocation for …

Library » Introduction to Risk Management

February 15, 2014 | Active Management

In general, the primary purpose of your investment portfolio is to meet your stated goals. Thus, risk management is defined as limiting your portfolio’s exposure to the risks that could prevent you from reaching your stated investment objectives over your given time frame. There are three basic …

Library » Navigating the Hazards of Risk Measurement

May 20, 2012 | Active Management

Introduction For years, investors have universally accepted that risk and return are inherently two sides to the same coin. You cannot have return without risk. However, while investment returns are obvious; investment risk is much more subtle. If you ask three investors to define risk, you will …

Library » An Inflation-Focused Investment Approach

March 15, 2012 | Active Management

Overview The global economy is currently facing a unique inflationary environment in which pockets of inflation are developing in certain industries and geographies, yet excess capacity in other parts of the world is resulting in a more subdued inflationary environment overall. As these fluid …


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