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The Edge You May Be Overlooking

This article originally appeared in Institutional Investor on April 13, 2018. When it comes to institutional investors, home field can be just as advantageous as it is to baseball players. Last fall, my beloved New York Yankees came within one win of a surprise trip to the World Series. The Bronx Bombers fell behind 2-0 […]
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Capital Allocators Monthly (March 2018)

April 2, 2018
  Having fun with these markets (or weather) yet?  The more things stay the same... Reading 1. My latest Institutional Investor column is entitled "Learning from the Dumb Money."  The premise is based on a simple, but profound concept introduced in my podcast with Seth Masters.  You can find it here: 2. Everything by Morgan Housel. Last […]
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Learning from the Dumb Money

This article originally appeared in Institutional Investor on March 5, 2018. For years, Ted Seides refused to pay attention to private wealth managers. But was he missing the forest for the trees? I paid no attention to private wealth managers early in my career. Their transaction-based compensation model with bank-owned parent companies created obvious conflicts […]
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Capital Allocators Monthly (February 2018)

February 28, 2018
  The more things change, the more they stay the same.  Markets back to the bull, volatility in check, and a doping allegation in Olympic Curling. Go figure! Reading 1. My latest Institutional Investor column is entitled "Bullish on Private Equity in Theory, Bearish in Practice. Where Will the Rubber Meet the Road."  In the online version, […]
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The Hidden Tax on Private Equity Investors

February 23, 2018
This article originally appeared in Institutional Investor on February 23, 2018. Private equity firms now extracting their extra pound of flesh while the going is good will face serious scrutiny down the road. As a fresh-faced business school graduate 18 years ago, I joined a boutique private equity firm. The firm raised its third fund, […]
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Capital Allocators Monthly (January 2018)

January 31, 2018
  I'm going to endeavor to send out an email monthly with writing and podcast updates. Feel free to pass along word of the distribution list, and equally, please unsubscribe if you have too much to read.  We all need another email to delete like a hole in the head. Reading My latest column on […]
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When Will Yale Buy Bitcoin?

January 5, 2018
This article originally appeared in Institutional Investor on January 5, 2018. Hedge funds grew from a boutique investment area serving wealthy individuals and families to a full-blown institutional phenomenon after Yale and CalPERS gave credence to the category. Cryptocurrencies are on the same path, awaiting that institutional first-mover. The revolutionary potential of the blockchain and […]
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Leading Allocators Get Active

October 26, 2017
This article originally appeared in Institutional Investor on October 26, 2017. “The problem with modern portfolio theory is that it’s not very modern,” says one endowment chief. If you listen carefully to what the leading investors are saying about asset allocation, you’ll hear a subtle shift in thinking. Asset allocation is commonly said to be […]
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Why Communication is Key to Active Management

September 1, 2017
This article originally appeared in Institutional Investor on September 1, 2017. If investing is a people business, then creating real dialogue among team members is a key driver of performance. A few months ago I started recording conversations with some well-known allocators I had come to know in my two decades in this industry. I […]
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The Surprising Cost of Volatility

April 26, 2010
Published in Financial Times, April 26, 2010 Seeing a rise in volatility, Ted describes the implicit costs that a high volatility regime imposes on investors across leveraged ETFs, hedge fund short positions, tail risk hedges, and institutions with perpetual capital. He ascribes remedies to navigate the environment. Click here for article
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