Tag: investment risk

Momentum Is A Good Start To Beat The Market

Momentum Is A Good Start To Beat The Market

At A. Stotz Investment Research we look at investing through our FVMR framework: Fundamentals, Valuation, Momentum, and Risk. To come up with investment strategies for portfolios that should generate above-benchmark return we do a lot of backtesting. Below you can […]

Five Reasons Why Reaching For Yield Is Risky

Five Reasons Why Reaching For Yield Is Risky

Five Reasons Why Reaching For Yield Is Risky August 30, 2016 by Loic LeMener Advisor Perspectives welcomes guest contributions. The views presented here do not necessarily represent those of Advisor Perspectives. Investing only for income is fraught with peril, and […]

What Is Risk? A Value Investor’s Perspective

What Is Risk? A Value Investor’s Perspective

What Is Risk? A Value Investor’s Perspective by Sundeep Bajikar, author Equity Research for the Technology Investor: Value Investing in Technology Stocks Beating the market consistently involves taking a different approach to managing investment risk. Coming up with a framework […]

The Big Short

The Big Short: A Must Read/See

The Big Short: A Must Read/See by Matt Brice, The SOVA Group Get your popcorn ready, Michael Lewis’ The Big Short is coming to a Cinemark near you.  If you haven’t already read the book, do so.  If you can’t […]

Pension Risk Increases In 2015

Pension Risk Increases In 2015

Pension Risk Increases Slightly For Fortune 1000 Plan Sponsors In 2015 by Brendan McFarland, Tower Watson Volatile economic conditions over recent years combined with larger funding gaps have sharpened defined benefit (DB) plan sponsors’ concerns about the financial risk posed […]

When You Buy A Bank…

When You Buy A Bank…

When You Buy A Bank… by Fundoo Professor Proposition 1: When you buy into a bank with your own money, you buy into a highly leveraged situation. That’s because banks employ huge amount of leverage. This leverage will magnify your returns – […]