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Bold, Confident & WRONG: Why You Should Ignore Expert ForecastsRead more
If you read the paper, watch the news, and listen to investment experts you are doing it all wrong. There are no market wizards; the emperors have no clothes; most people are ‘swimming naked’. The following paragraphs offer abundant and incontrovertible evidence condemning expert
On Backtesting: An All-New Chapter from our Adaptive Asset Allocation BookRead more
If you’ve been a regular reader of our blog, you already know that we recently published our first book Adaptive Asset Allocation: Dynamic Portfolios to Profit in Good Times – and Bad. As of this writing, it still stands as the #1 new release in Amazon’s Business Finance category. We’re pretty psyched about that.
We’re Hosting a March Madness Challenge because Normal Rules are JunkRead more
This is cross-posted from SkewU, our sister blog. We don’t normally do this sort of thing, but this is important because: 1. You should check out SkewU, as it’s quite a bit different than GestaltU. Our posts over there are more diverse and whimsical if that’s something that interests you. 2. And more importantly, standard March Madness bracket rules are…
We Published Our First Book! Adaptive Asset Allocation: Dynamic Global Portfolios to Profit in Good Times – and BadRead more
We are happy to announce that our book, Adaptive Asset Allocation: Dynamic Global Portfolios to Profit in Good Times – and Bad, is now available. We are also honored to be working with John Wiley & Sons, one of the largest publishers in the world, especially in the academic and professional space.
Navigating Active Asset Allocation When Diversification FailsRead more
Exactly one month ago clients of ReSolve Asset Management received our 2015 annual letter, entitled “Navigating Active Asset Allocation When Diversification Fails”. People who signed up for our email distribution list received it about a week later. We hope you enjoy the following excerpt, and invite you to download the full report ….
‘Tis the Season for Bold PredictionRead more
As we’ve written many times in the past, the human brain is not wired for objective assessment. Through the ages, environmental influences drove our brains to evolve survival mechanisms that interpreted the world by observing – and ultimately inferring – causal connections.