Psychological research suggests that markets are not wholly efficient, but are swayed by behavioural biases.
Investors should re-engage with equity market neutral as an uncorrelated investment strategy able to enhance risk adjusted returns.
Behavioural or psychological biases such as herding can lead to market mispricing of equities.
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As Democrats gain control of the House, and Republicans increase their influence in the Senate amid a high voter turnout,...
In the light of recent volatility across world equity markets, three of our leading fund managers offer their interpretations and...
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