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  1. BLOG

    THE DIFFERENT WAYS MACRO RISK IMPACTS FACTOR INDEXES 

    Apr 11, 2014 Dimitris Melas

    Factor Indexes

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    As we recently said in our post, systematic factors have historically been sensitive to macroeconomic and market forces but not in the same way. For example, some, such as Value, Momentum and Size have been pro-cyclical, meaning they outperformed when economic growth and volatility were rising.

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    The Next Generation of Global Investors 

    Jan 21, 2014 Chin Ping Chia

    Global Investing

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    We’ve observed that many institutional investors have abandoned their historical domestic-equity bias and now view global equities as a single, broad asset class. In high-growth economies, however, particularly in Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Africa and Latin America, many investors remain focused primarily on domestic stocks.

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    IMPLEMENTING FACTORS THOUGH MULTI-FACTORS INDEX ALLOCATIONS-- A NEW APPROACH FOR INSTITUTIONAL MANDATES 

    Dec 3, 2013 Dimitris Melas

    Factor Indexes

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    Let’s look at how factor allocations fit in the traditional institutional portfolio setting. Factor investing utilizing indexes can be viewed as active decisions implemented through passive replication. As such, factor allocations should be tailored to each institution.

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