Defying the Bear’s Grasp: The Emotional Journey of Achieving Managed Futures Prosperity

In this blog post, we will explore the historical trends and performance of managed futures strategies using the Tech Crisis of 2000 to March 13, 2003 as a case study, and why it may be relevant for the current macro environment. We will also delve deeper into the emotional challenges that investors face during these periods.

Peering Around Corners: How to Replicate Trend Following Managed Futures

Our latest research paper explores the construction of a replication strategy that captures the broad exposures to equities, fixed income, commodities, and currencies that are present in the Société Générale Trend Index, while also identifying the underlying strategies employed by trend-following managed futures funds. 

From All-Weather to All-Terrain Investing for the Stormy Decade Ahead

The endowment portfolio characterized by 60 percent in stocks and 40 percent in bonds has thrived over the past four decades, but sustained high inflation has the potential to lower returns and increase volatility in the years ahead. This has prompted an interest in All-Weather portfolios, which combine stocks and bonds with assets like commodities that may respond more favourably to inflation.

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Get Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable, Part 1: Valuations

When most investors think about “risk reduction” their minds immediately conjure volatility and losses. However, as advisors, we should consider a broader definition of risk that connects more directly to how clients feel about their investments. Specifically, advisors should …

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Multi Factor Indexes: More Bang for Your Buck

Many advisors are unsure whether introducing factor-tilt ‘smart beta’ strategies into portfolios will improve client outcomes. In fact, some factor tilt portfolios appear to provide the equivalent of levered exposures to a diverse set of alternative risk premia. This is …

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A Skeptic’s Guide to Factor Investing

There is a great deal of evidence supporting the existence of alternative sources of excess returns, such as value, momentum and low risk. Factor investing is real; In fact, these factors are observed in virtually every market and asset class around the world. And they have …

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