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Fresh Perspectives for European Investors: Currency, Asset Allocation, and Risk Management

Selections from CFA Institute Conference Proceedings for investment professionals ready to challenge their investment processes, practices, and mindsets. Read More

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The Fallibility of Efficient Markets Theory

Paul Woolley, a senior fellow at the London School of Economic and Political Science, neatly made the case that it’s long past time for professional investors to set aside the Efficient Market Hypothesis as the basis of most asset management strategies. Read More

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Paul Woolley on the Fallibility of Efficient Markets Theory

Paul Woolley of the London School of Economics will share his thoughts on the fallibility of efficient markets theory at the Sixth Annual CFA Institute European Investment Conference. Read More

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