Tag Archives: Harvard Business School

Smarter Investing – What they don’t tell you at Harvard Business School

Celebrating 10yrs of Wealthflow

Investment belief: the judgmental vs. systematic debate Latest independent SPIVA outcomes: the year-end data for 2016 is now available and continues to illustrate that only 10% to 20% of active managers live up to their market beating (more expensive) promises. Over 15 years in the US around 60% of all equity funds fail to survive […]

Cape Fear: Purely a numbers game?

Following a rather frustrating conversation with a local Maths teacher, who believes stockmarket success is purely a result of predictive quantative analysis, I feel compelled to write…

CAPE Fear: Valuation Ratios and Market Timing

Weston Wellington, the Vice President of Dimensional Fund Advisors in the US provides timely commentary and insight in response to prominent financial media headlines and topics concerning investors today. In this article he discusses adjusting investments based on the CAPE ratio–the Cyclically Adjusted Price / Earnings ratio.