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Expected returns of major asset classes, investment strategies, and sxpected effects of underlying risk factors such as growth, inflation, liquidity, and different risk perspectives, are also explained.
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Flap copy For any investor, understanding the expected rewards that marketsoffer is central to long-term investment success. The traditionalparadigm for assessing expected returns has focussed on historicalperformance and asset class management. However, Antti Ilmanencontends that this approach to investment decision-making is toonarrow in its asset class focus and in the inputs used forassessing expected returns.
He challenges investors to broadentheir perspectives in two ways: Excess returns should be harvested from diverse il,anen. Strategy styles and risk factors, as well as asset classes, aresources of return, thus warranting three-dimensional analysis ofinvestments.
Any investment’s return prospects should be judged in a waythat incorporates all knowledge, including historical experience, financial and behavioral theories, and current market conditions, without being overly dependent on any one of these.
Beginning with comprehensive introduction and overview, Expected Returns goes on to analyze the historical record, give a roadmap of terminology, explore rational and behavioraltheories, and look at alternative interpretations for returnpredictability.
A series ilmaen case studies provide detailed analysisof assets equity, bond and credit risk premia, as well asalternative asset classesdynamic strategy styles value, carry, momentum, volatility and underlying risk factors growth, expectsd, liquidity and tail risksbefore moving back to broaderthemes, including time-varying expected returns, and seasonal, cyclical and secular return expeccted.
Concluding with a series of investment lessons, ExpectedReturns is the complete guide for the long-term investor, providing wide-ranging empirical evidence, and a platform forforecasting the expected returns of an investment portfolio forasset allocation and portfolio balancing purposes “Job one for any investor is to estimate asset classreturns.
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For the first time, Antti Ilmanen has assembled into onevolume all of the tools necessary for this task: Expected Returns isdestined to occupy the front shelves of investment professionalsaround the world.
Bernstein, author of The Intelligent Asset Allocator, The Birth of Plenty, and A Splendid Exchange, and co-principal ofEfficient Frontier Advisors “Antti’s synthesis of experience and theory has given us a bookwhich fills a major gap in the literature on investing.
Amazing, but true, this is the first book dedicated to the critical andchallenging task of estimating how much we should expect to earn onour investments. This illuminating book, teaming with valuableinsights that have exxpected before been gathered under one roof, cannot fail to make the reader a more successful and discerninginvestor.
Antti Ilmanenassembles a global body of evidence, and interprets it withinsight.
Read this book and you will improve your understanding ofthe future. This book is extremely thorough and wellresearched, yet direct and to the point. Back cover copy Expected Returns is a one-stop reference that givesinvestors a comprehensive toolkit for harvesting market rewardsfrom a wide ilmandn of investments. Written by an experiencedportfolio manager, scholar, strategist, investment advisor andhedge fund trader, this book challenges investors to broaden theirminds from a too-narrow asset class perspective and excessive focuson historical performance.
Coverage includes major asset classes stocks, bonds, alternativesinvestment strategies value, carry, momentum, volatility and jlmanen effects of underlying risk factors growth, inflation, illiquidity, tail risks.
Judging expectedreturns requires balancing historical returns with both theoreticalconsiderations and current market conditions.
Expected Returns: An Investor’s Guide to Harvesting Market Rewards
ExpectedReturns summarizes the state of knowledge on all of thesetopics, providing extensive empirical evidence, surveys ofrisk-based and behavioral theories, and practical insights.
Anyone who performs the rigorous analysis Ilmanendescribes – admittedly a neat trick, since the world’s mostsophisticated investors struggle to do it successfully – will beatthe market. Siegel, Former Director of Research, The FordFoundation “Antti Ilmanen shows the way forward for the investmentmanagement profession in this remarkable book. In a comprehensiveand impressive way, he combines financial theory, historicalperformance data and forward-looking indicators, into a consistentframework for assessing expected returns and risk.
His approach isboth scientific and practical, based on decades of studies and hisown trading experience. With a touch of personal wisdom andhumility, Ilmanen’s book is a fascinating and educational journeyinto the future of investment management. Filled with many, many fresh and useful insights. This volumedeserves to be read and then kept close at hand – because it issure to be needed again and again.
Table of contents Foreword by Clifford Asness. A brief history of ideas. Historical averages and forward-looking returns. Dealing with the pitfalls. The past 20 years in a longer perspective. Feedback effects on expected returns.
B Data sources and data series construction. Review quote expecteed and wonderfully lucid book. Since starting as a central bank portfolio manager in Finland inAntti has worn many hats to bridge academic finance and practitioner investing.
Over the years, Antti has advised many institutional investors, most regularly Norway’s Government Pension Fund Global on its long-run investment strategy. Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. We’re featuring millions of their refurns ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.