Wednesday links: strategy diversification

19Dec07

On the value of diversifying across investment strategies, not just asset classes. (Bill Rempel)

Four asset classes, covered by ETFs, that may act as portfolio diversifiers. (WSJ.com)

Are you neglecting international bonds in your portfolio mix? (Capital Spectator)

Mover over S&P 500, is 130/30 the new equity benchmark? (CXO Advisory Group)

Would you trust this firm with a 130/30 mandate? (WSJ.com)

Corporate insiders have been buying of late. (Marketwatch.com)

Outliers” play an important role in equity market returns. (All About Alpha)

2007 ETF predictions in review. (ETF Trends)

Comparing the small cap international equity ETFs. (IndexUniverse.com)

Hot fund alert! A China real estate ETF launches. (IndexUniverse.com)

Getting a better handle on the LIBOR market. (A Dash of Insight)

More on the “volatility as an asset class” meme. (VIX and More)

Can Goldman Sachs (GS) repeat its strong performance? (DealBook, FT Alphaville, Market Movers)

Capital continues to flow out of Goldman’s quant hedge funds. (TheStreet.com)

What bad might the housing recession get? (Accrued Interest)

You can’t cash out if your counterparty is insolvent. (Calculated Risk)

Municipal bonds feeling the pain of the credit crunch. (naked capitalism)

Long dividends, short buybacks. (Zero Beta)

A couple of interesting academic finance research papers summarized. (World Beta)

Four steps to fix eBay (EBAY). (Silicon Alley Insider)

The year in economics books. (NYTimes.com)

The carrot or the stick to enforce individual health insurance mandates? (Mankiw Blog)

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