Asset Allocation is Key at VicSuper
VicSuper CIO Andrew Howard has positioned the fund’s portfolio to deal with low growth and higher volatility. “I’ll happily accept a lower return than what we might have received from real assets over the last 10 years to ensure we have enough ballast in our portfolio to deliver a smoother pattern of returns.”
The Inherent Complexity of Investment Problems
Finding solutions to complex problems is often not about more information, as we do in statistics, but about finding novel ways to combine existing information, Professor Carsten Murowski says. Unfortunately, this is where computers fail miserably.
In Search of Temperament Final – Measuring Success
This is the sixth and final instalment in our series on the ideal investor temperament. So far we’ve considered curiosity and flexibility, contrarianism, patience, self-awareness and self-control and probabilistic thinking. This post is all about how the best investors measure success and how they treat others. What’s Your Scorecard? You might think that successful investors […]