And we’re back…. After stocks took a breather from their meteoric rise in September with some losses – ALL asset classes came roaring back in October, with US Stocks, Real Estate, and Commodities all up above 5%, and everyone else pulling their weight. Even bonds. We’ll see how the last two months of the year […]
We’re looking into the far reaches of the search for yield in this episode, diving into investors’ interest in so-called Cat Bonds, or catastrophe bonds, and the world of reinsurance and ILS (insurance-linked securities). Yes, even the biggest risk-takers need backing – and we’re talking Reinsurance with Chris McKeown, Chief Executive of Reinsurance, ILS, and […]
Well, that was interesting! The first “real” down month for stocks in about a year saw US stocks drop -4.66% alongside world stocks and real estate. On the other side of the coin, managed futures rode a big move higher in commodities to post a small gain, while those commodities themselves were back at it […]
If you haven’t seen some of these Endowment returns over the past “year” being reported recently… take note: Duke University’s endowment returned 56% in fiscal 2021, the latest U.S. college to post eye-catching gains thanks to soaring public markets and investments in private assets https://t.co/xt5ZTwZhjI — Bloomberg Markets (@markets) September 25, 2021 Here’s the InsideHigherED […]
A new paper by Rodrigo Gordillo and Adam Butler of Resolve Asset Management and Corey Hoffstein of Newfound Research is out this week, purporting to add a new term to the investing lexicon – “Return Stacking.” What? What is return stacking, and what are stacked returns? Well, you can download the full paper here […]
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