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Perspective

Virtue is its Own Reward: Or, One Man’s Ceiling is Another Man’s Floor

We examine negative screening in Environmental/Social/Governance (ESG) investing, often promoted as virtuous because it avoids “sin stocks” and other assets deemed undesireable. But does it also enhance expected returns?

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Assessing Risk through Environmental, Social and Governance Exposures

ESG investing may have a role in portfolios that extends beyond ethical considerations, particularly for investors interested in tilting toward safer stocks, and in a way that complements what is captured by traditional statistical risk models.

Bibliography

Value Investing Bibliography

We have compiled a list of books, journal articles and working papers that were helpful in developing our research around value strategies.

Journal Article

Investing with Style

Investors are bombarded with a variety of investment strategies and alternatives from an ever-growing and increasingly complex financial industry, each claiming to improve returns and reduce risk.

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Systematic Credit Investing

This paper aims to increase familiarity of the credit asset class and provide an overview of our approach to systematic credit investing. We introduce credit instruments and outline a framework for understanding sources of credit excess returns.

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Fact, Fiction and Value Investing

Value investing has been a part of the investment lexicon for at least the better part of a century, yet confusion about it remains.

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.

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Fact, Fiction and Momentum Investing

Momentum is the phenomenon that securities that have performed well relative to peers (winners) on average continue to outperform, and securities that have performed relatively poorly (losers) tend to continue to underperform.

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Market Neutral Investing

Hedge fund fees may be fair for a fund that is truly market-neutral. However, paying typical hedge fund fees for a strategy that is not market-neutral is dubious as passive market exposure is available far cheaper than at hedge fund prices.