Flirting with Models

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Category: Behavioral Finance (Page 1 of 3)

Visualizing the Anxiety of Active Strategies

We visualize the anxiety caused by relative performance of several popular factor tilts in comparison to standard market benchmarks.

Misattributing Bad Behavior

Reported behavior gaps can be very misleading. Disciplined approaches may even show a behavior gap depending on the market environment.

Anatomy of a Bull Market

Bull markets come in all shapes and sizes. We analyze historical market cycles on criteria such as duration, magnitude, velocity, and source of return.

Embracing Conflict in Asset Allocation

Embracing conflict in asset allocation by using multiple approaches can help investors harvest the sizable benefits of process diversification.

How to Not Ditch Your Investment Plan

Investing is one part skill and one part discipline. Setting proper expectations can improve discipline and help you not ditch your investment plan.

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