Alternative Links: Top Priority

Alternative Links: Top Priority

Not only can they provide some downside protection, but they can also offer the possibility of low-risk sources of return.

Alternatives: Can managed futures offer diversification? – (Fund Strategy)

The risk-parity funds can be viewed as an alternative to balanced funds, which typically invest 60% of their assets in stocks and 40% in bonds.

Quant ESG With PanAgora Asset Management’s George Mussalli

investValueWalk's Raul Panganiban interviews George Mussalli, Chief Investment Officer and Head of Equity Research at PanAgora Asset Management. In this epispode, they discuss quant ESG as well as PanAgora’s unique approach to it. The following is a computer generated transcript and may contain some errors. Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Interview . Read More

Are Risk-Parity Funds a Better Strategy for Diversification? – (Wall Street Journal)

Hedge fund managers are beginning to explore non-traditional financing sources outside of prime brokers. Thirteen percent of respondents are seeking or plan to seek financing from non-traditional sources in the next two years,”

EY Survey: Hedge Funds Facing Margin Pressure, Regulatory Changes & Shifts in Growth Strategies – (FIN alternatives)

Does this mean that you’re guaranteed to earn a certain level of returns in stocks if you hold them for a specified time frame? No.

Playing the Probabilities – (A Wealth of Common Sense)

The problem is the companies were banking on oil prices closer to $100 oil when they took on the debt. Now oil is around $45 and no one is expecting prices to hit $100 any time soon.

What that means is the likelihood of unpaid debt has gone up for many companies.

Warning: Oil company defaults are coming – (CNN Money)

Raw Sugar Prices are up 39% since August 24th, the markets largest gain since 2011.

Hedge Funds Load Up on Sugar – (Wall Street Journal)

How low will Silver have to go before sentiment turns so bad, that its actually good?

Silver’s Sharp Sell Off – (Short Side of the Long)

Besides contending that hedge funds provide outsize returns, their supporters say the funds have another big selling point: Their returns are not correlated to the stock market. That means they move independently of the market when it goes up and down.

A Hedge Fund Sales Pitch Casts a Spell on Public Pensions – (The New York Times)

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