Flirting with Models

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Quantifying Timing Luck

Timing luck is the difference in performance of two identically managed portfolios, rebalanced on different days. We derive a model for quantifying timing luck and present a solution for controlling it.

Accounting for Autocorrelation in Assessing Drawdown Risk

Volatility can predict drawdowns, but incorporating autocorrelation yields more accurate predictions in equities, low vol, income, and managed futures.

Crisis Alpha: A Simple ETF Approach

Volatility-based exchanged-traded products can be combined in a systematic way to capture crisis alpha during market crashes.

The State of Risk Management

Indexed Annuity: Masking Risk, Not Destroying It

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