GlassBridge Asset Management today announced the publication of their new research paper: "Is Your Portfolio Q-Less?"
The analysis explores the evolution of both active and passive asset management and discusses the possible benefits of a quantitative investment allocation within investors' portfolios.
By: GlassBridge Asset Management
The research is the result of a collaboration between GlassBridge Asset Management and Prof. Jim Kyung-Soo Liew PH.D, Assistant Professor in Finance at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
"It is our view that traditional asset allocation is being disrupted by new quantitative investment strategies. It was our objective to provide a road map on the best balance between active and passive equity within a typical portfolio allocation,"
It is the authors' view that the future of institutional investment and asset allocation will continue to be impacted and evolve due to the increased use of alternative data and algorithms within the financial community.
The paper will be made available to download at GlassBridge or via email request at firstname.lastname@example.org
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