Reports of ‘Death of Equities’ Greatly Exaggerated: DFA
Dimensional Fund Advisors vice president Weston Wellington found something awfully familiar about a recent article in the Financial Times.
Behavioral finance turned on its head
Financial Times columnist John Authers recently apologized to U.K. mutual fund investors for regularly haranguing his Brit compatriots for acting dumb; they buy into funds...
The trouble with quants
Financial Times' John Authers is blogging from a quant conference in Vancouver as managers and analysts try to figure out just what the hell went...
Hard to say I'm sorry
Financial Times columnist John Authers recently apologized to U.K. mutual fund investors for regularly haranguing them for, at least in the aggregate, acting dumb; they...
What's in a ticker symbol? Apparently, strong returns
In a recent column in the Financial Times, John Authers asks what appears to be an obvious question, "Why do some stocks do better than others?"...