Wiley – 2010, 526 pages ISBN: 1576603687, 9781576603680An insightful guide to making strategic investment allocation decisions that embraces both alternative and conventional assets In this much-needed resource, alternative and portfolio management expert John Abbink demonstrates new ways of analyzing and deploying alternative assets and explains the practical application of these techniques. Alternative Assets and Strategic Allocation clearly shows how alternative investments fit into portfolios and the role they play in an investment allocation that includes traditional investments as well. This book also describes innovative methods for valuation as applied to alternatives that previously have been difficult to analyze. Offers institutional investors, analysts, researchers, portfolio managers, and financial academics a down-to-earth method for measuring and analyzing alternative assets Reviews some of the latest alternatives that are increasing in popularity, such as high-frequency trading, direct lending, and long-term investment in real assets Outlines a strategic approach for including alternative investments into portfolios and shows the pivotal role they play in an investment allocation Using the information found in this book, you'll have a clearer sense of how to approach investment issues related to alternative assets and discover what it takes to make these products work for you.Contents: List of Illustrations. Acknowledgments. Introduction. What Is Alternative about Alternative Investments? The Plan of This Book. Analytic Tools. Risk and Return. Return Enhancement. Some Features of the Quantitative Toolkit. Risk Estimation. Some Examples. Long/Short Equity. Direct Lending. Merger Arbitrage. High-Frequency Trading. Holding Private Assets for Their Cash Flows. Fixed-Income Arbitrage. Event-Driven Investment. Position Management. Investment Strategies in Practice. Optionality. Trade Capacity. Institutional Liquidity. Tactical Allocation. Portfolio Liquidity. Alternative Investments and Information Theory. Portfolio Construction. Classification of Investments. Diversification among Strategies. Multi-Dimensional Risk. Filling Out the Allocation. Time and Tide. Managing the Allocation Decision. Concluding Remarks. Bibliography. Index.
Чтобы скачать этот файл зарегистрируйтесь и/или войдите на сайт используя форму сверху.
Springer – 2012, 314 pages
ISBN: 3642242227, 9783642242229
The Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) discipline deals with the alignment of business and information systems architectures. While EAM has long been regarded as a discipline for IT managers, this book takes a different stance: It explains how top executives can use EAM to leverage their strategic planning and...
Wiley, 2013. — 579 p. — 2nd ed. — ISBN: 111817545X, 9781118175453
A top risk management practitioner addresses the essential aspects of modern financial risk management
In the Second Edition of Financial Risk Management + Website, market risk expert Steve Allen offers an insider's view of this discipline and covers the strategies, principles, and measurement techniques...
This book is likely to become the bible of quantitative investment management.
Professor of Finance.
Graduate School of Management.
Why an Equilibrium Approach?
Alternative Asset Classes.
Wiley, 2012. – 597 p. – 2nd ed. – ISBN: 1118011511, 9781118011515
The guide for investors who want a better understanding of investment strategies that have stood the test of time.
This thoroughly revised and updated edition of Investment Philosophies covers different investment philosophies and reveal the beliefs that underlie each one, the evidence on whether the strategies...
Wharton School Publishing – 2007, 408 pages
ISBN: 0137043775, 0131990489
Front Flap In business and investing, risk has traditionally been viewed negatively: investors and companies can lose money due to risk and therefore we typically penalize companies for taking risks. That's why most books on risk management focus strictly on hedging or mitigating risk. But the...
Wiley – 2011, 725 pages
An updated guide to the theory and practice of investment management
Many books focus on the theory of investment management and leave the details of the implementation of the theory up to you. This book illustrates how theory is applied in practice while stressing the importance of the portfolio construction process.