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Time Dilation

Information does not flow into the market at a constant rate, and measurements using a fixed time horizon may lead to over- or under-sampling of data.

Trend Following in Cash Balance Plans

Cash balance plans can accelerate retirement savings beyond 401ks and IRAs. But how they are invested depends heavily on the return guarantee and employees.

The Monsters of Investing: Fast and Slow Failure

Investors must navigate between the risks of failing fast and slow. Knowing which is most likely to prey on you can inform portfolio design.

How Much Accuracy Is Enough?

Pursuing higher accuracy in an investment strategy is not always enough to make the strategy good over the long run. Skew is also important to consider.

Three Applications of Trend Equity

The pros and cons associated with three potential implementation ideas for trend equity: defensive equity, a tactical pivot, and a liquid alternative.

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