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Full video here http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000142389 In this shorter segment of the full CNBC video Bridgewater's CEO Ray Dalio discusses his investment philosophy for achieving a balanced structured portfolio and thereby superior asset allocation. He explains how the macro environment of growth and inflation needs to be carefully matched against the portfolio's volatility of bonds, equities and other assets. [Achieving Strategic Asset Allocation with Risk Parity] "There is the strategic allocation mix which we call 'All Weather'. It has to do with making all the assets the same risk parity. The problem is when people try to diversify and they own equities, and equities have volatility that's large, or they own assets that do well when the economy does well and do badly whe...
To see links or read the transcript of the episode, visit us at: http://mebfaber.com/2017/02/08/10017/ In Episode 39, we welcome the legendary Ed Thorp. Ed is a self-made man after having been a child of The Depression. He’s a professor, a renowned mathematician, a fund manager who’s posted one of the lengthiest and best investment track records in all of finance, a best-selling author (his most recent book is A Man for All Markets), the creator of the first wearable computer, and finally, the individual responsible for “counting cards.” Meb begins the episode in the same place as does Ed in his new book, the Depression. Meb asks how that experience shaped Ed’s world view. Ed tells us about being very poor, and how it forced him to think for himself, as well as teach himself. In fact, ...
Entrepreneur Mark Cuban sits down with the Journal's Alan Murray and weighs in on the fluctuating market. Cuban is investing in volatility. He believes "buy and hold is a crock of $%#!" and diversification is for idiots. Cuban also addresses how patent law stifles creativity, but refuses to address the NBA lockout. This interview originally aired on 8/12/2011.
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Is it better to specialise or diversify? http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/strategies/spread-trading-diversification.html My inclination is to avoid diversification if it means moving away from an area where you have a proven track record. However, having said a diverse, non correlated portfolio can reduce the volatility of returns. However, in such cases you have to make sure that the trades are non-correlated. PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE so we can bring you more! Non-correlated trades have no fixed relationship. It is worth remembering here that in times of crisis it can be difficult to find non-correlated trades.
A general market update for precious metals and a look at the value of a genuine diversified bullion asset.
The Benelux Private Equity Conference took place on 9th February 2017 at the Hotel Okura in Amsterdam. http://pe-conference.org/benelux Bert Janssens, a director at EQT Partners, discusses diverse portfolios, the attractions of the Benelux market, the benefits of co-investing, and the future of the private capital market in the region.
Chasing returns in stocks remains dangerous despite bullish market sentiment, says David Giunta, CEO of U.S. Distribution at Natixis. Investors should target the right level of risk for the long term and what portion of their portfolio should be in stocks. Subscribe to TheStreetTV on YouTube: http://t.st/TheStreetTV For more content from TheStreet visit: http://thestreet.com Check out all our videos: http://youtube.com/user/TheStreetTV Follow TheStreet on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thestreet Like TheStreet on Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheStreet Follow TheStreet on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/theStreet Follow TheStreet on Google+: http://plus.google.com/+TheStreet
Kees Koolen is behind some of Europe's biggest technology companies. With years of experience at Booking.com and as Uber's COO, Kees sees huge obstacles as opportunities instead of giving up and moving on. Interviewed by Owen Williams.
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How to invest $1000 is a common question I get. Investing $1000 can be a great opportunity. If investing in the stock market, do your research before deciding how to invest $1000 you have to spare. This video should shed some light on how to invest $1000. MY EBOOK! http://www.ryanoscribner.com/stock-trading How To Invest $1000 | 4 Ways… 1. Index Funds or Mutual Funds If you are looking to minimize risk and get exposure to the stock market, invest $1000 in a low fee index fund or mutual fund. Here is a surprising fact: From 1997 to 2012 all-index fund portfolios outperformed actively managed funds 83.4% of the time. Low cost index funds beat the professional stock pickers 83.4% of the time! The disadvantage to investing in a mutual fund or an index fund is there is little involvement o...
ETFs are superior building blocks for advisors constructing diversified portfolios due to the financial products' low costs, tax efficiency and indexed approach that active managers find difficult to beat over longer periods. So says the chief investment officer of a firm managing $12 billion using ETFs. ETF Trends Editor Tom Lydon recently sat down with Windhaven Investment Management's CIO, Steve Cucchiaro, to discuss why he likes ETFs and how he's positioning portfolios as the U.S. fiscal cliff looms. Windhaven started using ETFs in 1994 and the investment manager has grown rapidly since then. The firm was acquired by Charles Schwab (NYSE: SCHW) a couple years ago. "My focus in the beginning was on asset classes. I knew the market was much more inefficient at the asset class level th...