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  • October 20th, 2017 |

    After a Decade of Strong Large Cap Growth, is There a Place for Small Value in Your Portfolio?

    The recent outperformance of favored tech stocks is the latest blow to small-cap value in a decade-long pattern biased toward large-cap growth. Indeed, although small-cap value has historically outperformed large-cap growth by a five-percentage-point annualized premium, that advantage turned to a deficit over the past 10 years. But any given 10-year period is idiosyncratic, subject […]

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  • October 15th, 2017 |

    Richard Thaler’s Well-Deserved Nobel Prize

    Whenever I think about Richard Thaler, who was awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economics on October 9 for his contributions in the field of behavioral economics, my mind flits to the Giant Blue Whale in New York’s American Museum of Natural History. In November 2008, amid financial panic and cratering stock markets (the S&P […]

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  • August 16th, 2017 |

    Is There an Investment Case for Down-and-Out Commodities?

    Amid broad gains across global asset classes year to date, commodity returns have continued their long run of lackluster performance in 2017. Despite challenging absolute and relative performance and high volatility, commodities have a strategic role to play in a diversified portfolio. Owing to their low correlations with traditional asset classes, commodities can dampen overall […]

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  • July 7th, 2017 |

    Global Diversification for the Long Term

    Following several years of underperformance relative to the S&P 500, international stocks have outperformed their US counterparts this year through June 19. Rather than making portfolio decisions based on periods of out- or underperformance, however, investors would be wise to consider a strategic allocation to foreign stocks, especially considering that an increasing share of global […]

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  • June 26th, 2017 |

    Should Investors Fear the Market’s Lack of Fear?

    In the face of persistent political and economic uncertainty, the US equity market has remained notably calm, causing some investors to worry about the apparent lack of worry in the market. The VIX (CBOE Volatility Index), a popular barometer of market fear, currently stands at a nearly 24-year low. Research conducted by Gerstein Fisher has […]

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