All about Asset Allocation by Richard A. FerriWHEN IT COMES TO INVESTING FOR YOUR FUTURE, THERES ONLY ONE SURE BET--ASSET ALLOCATION THE EASY WAY TO GET STARTED Everything You Need to Know About How To: Implement a smart asset allocation strategy Diversify your investments with stocks, bonds, real estate, and other classes Change your allocation and lock in gains
Trying to outwit the market is a bad gamble. If youre serious about investing for the long run, you have to take a no-nonsense, businesslike approach to your portfolio. In addition to covering all the basics, this new edition of All About Asset Allocation includes timely advice on: Learning which investments work well together and why Selecting the right mutual funds and ETFs Creating an asset allocation thats right for your needs Knowing how and when to change an allocation Understanding target-date mutual funds
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Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting. This paper evaluates the performance of international equity managers over the January —December period. Performance tests are conducted using Sharpe and Jensen performance methodologies. Each management category is further divided by foreign and world global investment objectives. Three major findings are reported. First, international equity managers, on average, were unable to outperform the MSCI World market proxy during the sample period. However, world managers did perform better than their foreign counterparts.
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Roger Gibson is perhaps best known as the author of the investment classic Asset Allocation: Balancing Financial Risk. While the concept and theory of asset allocation were not new, Roger's book was the first written on the subject. The book bridges the gap between modern portfolio theory and the real-life investment decisions that clients and their advisors must make. Praised by the financial profession, Asset Allocation appeals to a wide audience of investors, financial advisors, and teachers. Roger's book was an outgrowth of his speaking engagements to professional audiences in the s.