Note to Bloomberg: Chet Currier is a very smart man.
|Dec 19th, 2006 | Filed under: Portable Alpha & Alpha/Beta Separation, Retail Investing | By: Alpha Male||
Kudos to Bloomberg’s Chet Currier for shining the spotlight on alpha-centric investing today (“Does Alpha-Beta Spell “The End” for Mutual Funds?“). Reports Currier:
“The very model of a mutual fund is indeed outmoded, argues a large and growing group of financial researchers and professional money managers who are busy describing, building and proselytizing for a different way of doing things.”
The piece goes on to provide a balanced view of this paradigm shift peppered with a dose of skepticism that we believe is healthy when confronting such fundamental change.
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