After the Bull Run?

Research shows that two-thirds of institutional investors believe the bull market in stocks will reach its end this year. Further, they expect the next financial crisis to come in one to five years, according to a Natixis survey.

Trend-Following as Insurance?

The key is looking beyond broad category averages to focus on portfolio managers and the investment process

Skin in the Game, featuring Jerry Parker

Jerry Parker was given the opportunity to manage a million-dollar account with specific rules to follow. Rules that he would learn to love and perfect. Becoming the most successful turtle trader of all time.

Alternative strategies earn their keep over six months of market extremes

The key is looking beyond broad category averages to focus on portfolio managers and the investment process

60/40, Landlines, and 8-Tracks

In our view, the 60/40 problem boils down to an underestimation of future risks for both bonds and stocks.

Lessons from the Most Successful Turtle of All-Time, Jerry Parker

Jerry Parker was given the opportunity to manage a million-dollar account with specific rules to follow. Rules that he would learn to love and perfect. Becoming the most successful turtle trader of all time.

Why Investors Keep Coming Back to Hedge Funds

Institutional investors continue to view hedge funds as a source of alpha and diversification, according to a JPMorgan survey.

After Hedge Funds’ Mediocre Year, Investors Still Want More

Downturn fears are fueling interest, Preqin data show.

Managed Futures During Equity “Crises”–An Update

The Managed Futures asset class has acquired a reputation among investors for providing what is known as "crisis alpha" – the ability to generate returns at a time of market crisis.