Flirting with Models

The Research Library of Newfound Research

Month: August 2013 (Page 1 of 3)

Clustering: A New First Step in Portfolio Construction

Clustering is a quantitative method of determining the similarity among objects. It can be used to find assets that may provide the most diversification.

Weekly Wrap, Week Ending August 23rd, 2013

This weekly wrap highlights some major market events from the past week including job polarization, fund flows and reduced repo market liquidity.

“Reality Only Happens Once”

Investor must be aware that reality only happens once. Models need to be simple, robust, adaptive and reactive to succeed in future realities.

Your Portfolio, Unhedged

Historically, fixed income has provided diversification to equities. What happens if the correlation of fixed income to equities inverts?

Weekly Wrap, Week Ending August 16th, 2013

This weekly wrap highlights some major market events from the past week including the link between real GDP growth and industrial production and EU growth.

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