February Didn’t Kill Crisis Alpha
The Crisis Risk Offset approach to constructing portfolios has gained some popularity in the US in recent years, but the surprising performance of trend-following strategies in February this year led some people to question the approach. Kathryn Kaminski, who coined the term crisis alpha, examines the evidence.
Does Value-investing Still Work in the Digital Age?
Allison Fisch is a Principal and Portfolio Manager at value investment firm Pzena Investment Management, specialising in emerging markets. She speaks with MarketFox columnist Daniel Grioli about the future of value investing in the digital age.
Infrastructure: Opportunities in a crowded market
Cyril Cabanes, Head of Infrastructure investments, Asia-Pacific, CDPQ, shares his views on the Australian and Indian markets, his take on disruption and the Canadian pension fund manager’s new in-house expertise in infrastructure development and operation. With all the debate surrounding driverless cars and the future of transportation, you could almost forget driverless trains have been […]