Emerging market performance might have been lacklustre over the past decade, but structural changes in these markets mean they are likely to turn the tables on developed markets in the years ahead, Martin Currie says
Rest Super has been carefully modifying its equity portfolios in anticipation of more volatility to come. We speak to Kiran Singh about the tools the team has at its disposal to do this.
The top holdings of UniSuper include some of the largest technology companies in the world and CIO John Pearce believes we are only just at the beginning of the technological revolution
Inflation is back and it is a risk that should be managed. But rather than using historic CPI data, investors can apply quantitative techniques to develop a forward-looking view on inflation risk in equities, Allsprings’ Harin de Silva says
Professor Hendrik Bessembinder urged investors to be suspicious of stock market analysis that relies on averages, including mean-variance optimisation.
An upcoming study looks at the active/passive debate in the light of the costs associated with hiring and firing fund managers.
There seems to be a consensus that sustainability investing in emerging markets is significantly more difficult as compared to developed markets. Is that true?
NZ Super has changed the benchmark for its equities allocation in the reference portfolio to a low carbon index
Technological development will be a key ingredient in the energy transition to renewable sources, but it is not all about cutting edge innovations, Hamish Chamberlayne says.