Welcome to part three, the final part of my attempt to take up the Charlie Munger challenge. In case you’ve forgotten, the challenge was for me, an active investor, to argue the case for indexing better than a passive investor.
For too long fund managers have been able to include returns that requires little skill, Future Fund CIO says.
In part II of the active versus passive series, Columnist and MarketFox blogger Daniel Grioli looks at eight reasons why active management often disappoints
Technological advancement enables Future Fund to isolate the true alpha component in returns, CIO says.
Economics Professor Steve Keen speaks with [i3] Insights about his new book: ‘Can We Avoid Another Crisis?’
Tasplan’s CIO speaks out for the first time on the challenges and triumphs of merging with RBF and Quadrant, to form one Tasmanian pension fund.
CalSTRS Portfolio Manager Carrie Lo explains why the fund has added a risk mitigating asset class to the portfolio.
If pension funds need to be efficient and competitive, then who decides which one is not?
Engagement should lead to better outcomes, but is it a source of alpha?