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AQR Funds Introduces Four More Tax-Managed Mutual Funds

AQR Capital Management today introduced four tax-managed mutual funds that are designed to allow investors to invest in a variety of equity markets.

News

AQR Renames 14 Mutual Funds to Highlight Investment Styles

Effective today, AQR Capital Management is renaming 14 of its mutual funds.

Journal Article

Contrarian Factor Timing is Deceptively Difficult

The increasing popularity of factor investing has led to valuation concerns among some contrarian-minded investors and fears of imminent mean-reversion and underperformance.

White Paper

Style Investing and Tax Efficiency: Building a More Tax Efficient Global Equity Portfolio for Australian Investors

We evaluate the performance of long-only style-based equity strategies after accounting for taxes. We and find that style investing can be efficiently implemented in a tax-aware manner for Australian investors.

Strategies

Our investment philosophy is based on three core principles, built on decades of research and experience.

Trade Publication

Style Investing: The Long and the Long/Short of It

Many investors agree that applying systematic tilts away from a passive, capitalization-weighted portfolio is a good idea; fewer agree on how best to capture these style-based returns.

Trade Publication

Smart Beta: Not New, Not Beta, Still Awesome

Though some confusion continues regarding the subject, the term “smart beta” (including “Fundamental Indexing”) is just a new way to describe some well-known and well-tested investment ideas.

Trade Publication

We're Not Dead Yet

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

Trade Publication

The Value of Fundamental Indexing

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

Trade Publication

Measuring Portfolio Factor Exposures: A Practical Guide

Regression analysis can help investors better understand the risk factors present in their portfolios, which has multiple benefits.