Flirting with Models

The Research Library of Newfound Research

Tag: interest rates (Page 1 of 2)

Timing Equity Returns Using Monetary Policy

We explore the relationship between equity returns and contractionary/expansionary monetary policy regimes using a simple simulation-based framework.

Did Declining Rates Actually Matter?

It is often assumed that declining interest rates were a significant boon to fixed income returns over the last several decades; but is that true?

Rising Correlations and Tactical Asset Allocation

Tactical asset allocation can potentially add the most value when correlations between asset classes in the universe are high.

Be Careful How You Play Rising Rates

The prospect of rising rates is constantly in the news, but simply shortening duration may not protect a portfolio. Doing so could result in a worse outcome

Will the Carry Trade Ride Again?

Page 1 of 2

You are about to leave thinknewfound.com and are being redirected to the website for Newfound Research Funds.