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Working Paper

Empirical Asset Pricing via Machine Learning

We show how the field of machine learning can be used to empirically investigate asset premia including momentum, liquidity, and volatility.

Perspective

A Fanatic is One Who Can't Change his Mind and Won't Change the Subject¹

Ciff Asness critiques Rob Arnott’s strong viewpoints that rising valuations are responsible for the past performance of many factors and that their current valuation levels point to their impending doom.

Trade Publication

The Value of Fundamental Indexing

Proponents of “fundamental indexes” claim that an investment-management revolution is afoot.

Trade Publication

How Can a Strategy Still Work If Everyone Knows About It?

Some people assert that once a strategy is “discovered” it can’t work anymore. Others, often implicitly, assume the future will look as wonderful as the past.

White Paper

Understanding Alternative Risk Premia

With its many potential benefits, including generally low-to-no correlation to a traditional 60/40 or hedge fund portfolio, we believe an ARP strategy may serve as a core alternative solution in investors’ portfolios.

Journal Article

Long-Only Style Investing: Don't Just Mix, Integrate

We contrast two common approaches to long-only style investing: the “portfolio mix” and the “integrated portfolio.” Our results suggest that long-only factor or smart beta investors should consider integrating styles in portfolio construction.

Alternative Thinking

Style Investing in Fixed Income

Systematic investing is often applied in equity markets but less so in fixed income. Here, we show that classic-style premia—typically applied in stock selection and equity country allocation—could have also work in fixed income markets.

AQR Insight Award

Characteristics Are Covariances: A Unified Model of Risk and Return

We propose a new modeling approach for the cross section of returns that helps determine whether excess returns to factors are driven by compensation for risk, or an anomaly effect.

Webinar

Superstar Investors Webinar Replay Now Available

There has been little empirical analysis to explain the performance of "superstar" investors Warren Buffett, Bill Gross, George Soros and Peter Lynch. In this webinar, we examine their track records from a factor perspective.

Trade Publication

We're Not Dead Yet

Some argue that quantitative investing techniques cannot work in the uncharted waters of the current market environment.