Investing is inherently risky as no-one can predict what will happen and how unexpected events may affect the markets. These events are known as black swans, and in their latest book, Kevin Grogan and Larry Swedroe from Buckingham Asset Management share their solutions for dampening risk without significantly reducing returns.
The book is called Reducing the Risk of Black Swans: Using the Science of Investing to Capture Returns with Less Volatility. We went to Buckingham’s headquarters in St Louis, Missouri, ansd asked the authors for their insights into how investments can be better protected against unforeseeable and unpredictable events.
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We wrote about Ben Graham's activism at northern pipe line, but there are other interesting stories involving the father of value investing Value investing and activism go hand-in-hand. Benjamin Graham, the godfather of value investing, discovered how important it is to incorporate activism into a value strategy relatively early in his career, a strategy that Read More