October 27, 2020
In the news: Value Stock Bulls Are Counting On a Democratic Sweep
According to Bloomberg, the latest hope for beleaguered value managers: a decisive Democratic win next week.
October 27, 2020
In the news: Which Stocks Tend To Do Well After U.S. Elections?
London South East reports: Style Analytics looked into how stocks have performed in the seven months following elections in the U.S. since 1984 and found out that value, small cap and high volatility outperformed in seven out of nice elections, regardless of which party won.
October 16, 2020
In the news: Funds screening for ESG scores are thriving
Reuters: The scramble for funds screened for Environmental, Social and Governance scores appears to be paying off in the strange pandemic-hit world of 2020 - but it may also be aggravating long-standing market skews.
September 25, 2020
Press Release: Reimagining the fund management space in Scandinavia
Style Analytics, the provider of factor-based portfolio and market analysis tools, has added several new asset owners/managers to its client base over the past 2 years in Scandinavia.
September 24, 2020
In the news: America’s Pensions Have Been Shunning Stocks at Their Own Peril
Pension funds and endowments have been shifting away from the U.S. stock market for years. Some are now reconsidering that decision. See how Investment Metrics breaks the data down.
September 22, 2020
Press Release: Harcus Parker, Batirente among new clients wins
Style Analytics, the provider of factor-based portfolio and market analysis tools, has added five new asset owners/managers to its client base.
September 18, 2020
In the news: Investment ‘factors’ are also concentrated
In this issue of Expert Investor, Damien Handzy shares how many investment factors – stocks grouped together because they show certain characteristics – are concentrated and can also be prone to overcrowding.
September 14, 2020
In the news: The Signals Coming from the Emerging Markets Petri Dish
Institutional Investor reports: Investors in U.S. markets, which have been impervious to the dire economic news, may want to pay attention to what’s happening in the parts of the world that can’t rely on government help.