Category Archives: Performance Measurement & Evaluation

Responsible Investment Is Coming of Age

In the 300 years since John Wesley’s sermon “The Use of Money,” responsible investing has evolved from the moral stance of a few to an approach now widely endorsed by global institutions and hotly pursued by millennials and seasoned advocates alike. So, where will it go from here? Read More

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Irrational Decisions and the Biology of Behavioral Finance

The hormonal catalysts that prompt excessive approaches to risk could be driving irrational swings in the marketplace. Read More

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Manager Selection and Asset Allocation: Practitioner Workshop

Delegates attending the Research Foundation Workshop for the Practitioner, held in advance of the 67th CFA Institute Annual Conference, can learn about investment manager selection and asset allocation. Read More

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Nate Silver and the Shortcomings of Big Data

At the 67th CFA Institute Annual Conference, statistician and author Nate Silver will discuss how to avoid turning big data into mangled data. Read More

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