News, Journals & Blogs

Asset Management Oriented Journals

There are a myriad of academic and practitioner oriented journals covering investment issues.  Listed below are the Journals that we feel are most likely to cover the asset management issues contained on this website.


Hedge Fund News Websites

  • Albourne Village: News, service provider listings, research library, jobs, message board.  Grand daddy of hedge fund websites.  Bills itself as an “information economy” for members of the hedge fund industry
  • Barclay Hedge Press Releases
  • EurekaHedge: News, original articles, hedge fund database
  • EMII (Hedge Funds): Euromoney’s main hedge fund website
  • FinAlternatives: News, articles, research library, searches, service directory, free newsletter.  One of our favorites.
  • Hedgeco.net: News, hedge fund directory, service provider listings, jobs, industry data/information
  • HedgeFund.net: Manager database, news, free weekly newsletter
  • HedgeWeek: News, jobs, extensive industry research, extensive service provider directory
  • Hedgeworld: Extensive news, hedge fund database, service provider listings, for-fee newsletter
  • Hedge Fund Center: US-focused news, research library, message board
  • Hedge Fund Law Report: Weekly analysis of developments in hedge fund law and regulation, by subscription
  • Hedge Fund Research: Hedge fund database, for-fee articles/reports
  • Hedge Funds Review: UK-focused magazine, news, original articles
  • HFM Week: UK-based magazine, news, original articles, searches, service provider listing
  • Money Science – Hedge Fund Focus: UK-based news, jobs, research, message board
  • Opalesque: Extensive news clippings and original content covering various issues of interest to hedge fund managers, for-fee
  • Pensions & Investments: Prestigious website that delivers news, research and analysis about pension investing
  • whosinmyfund.com: “This site groups hedge fund investors by exposure, allowing members to share news, opinion & collaborate on the management of their investments”

Our Favorite Blogs

Blogs are a tremendous source of information.  Below, we list just a few of our favorites along with a sentence from each on how those blogs describe themselves:

  • Abnormal Returns: “This blog began as an outlet for a private investor’s thoughts on all manner of investment markets.”
  • Advisor Perspectives: “…provides data showing the investment trends of high- and ultra-high net worth investors, whose money is managed by fee-only independent Registered Investment Advisors.”
  • The Big Picture: “[Barry Ritholz is] a frequent commentator on CNBC, Barry L. Ritholtz is a weekly guest on Kudlow & Company. He has guest-hosted Squawk Box on numerous occasions, and also appears regularly on Bloomberg, Fox, and PBS.”
  • Bill Rempel a.k.a. No DooDahs: “My exploration of the broader range of equity trading – technical analysis, active trading, trend following, and systems – initially was born out of a desire to improve some of the pitfalls I came across while “value investing.” Now that I can see there is no such thing as “investing” – only “trading.”
  • CXO Advisory: “CXOadvisory.com offers serious private investors, financial advisors and others information that may assist in investing and trading decisions.”
  • FT Alphaville:”FT Alphaville is a free daily news and commentary service giving financial market professionals the information they need, when they need it.”
  • Footnoted.org: “By plowing through hundreds of filings a day (more during certain times of the year) and delivering original insight and analysis, footnoted.org has become a must read for professional money managers and analysts, as well as sophisticated individual investors and even a few journalists who often have very nice things to say about the site.”
  • Hedgeye
  • HedgeFund.Blogspot.com
  • Hedge Fund Compliance: “…comprehensive compliance and consulting services to hedge funds, private equity funds, broker-dealers and related industry service providers.”
  • Hedge-Fund-Blogger.com: “…straight forward educational pieces on hedge fund strategies, terms & definition, trends, book reviews and interviews.”
  • Hedge Fund Appraisal: Views on various topics related to the appraisal of hedge fund products; covers subjects like investment risks, operational risk, fraud risk and regulation.
  • HedgeFund-Lawyer.com: An alternative investments blog written by European lawyer, Robert Koller-Vernot, CAIA
  • Information Arbitrage: ”A Wall Streeter’s ride into the World Wide Web”
  • InVivo Analytics: “InVivo Analytics was founded by independent portfolio strategist and trader, Teresa Lo….[who] has helped thousands of individual investors, traders and investment advisors achieve their goals and secure their financial futures.”
  • Kapital Marks: A practical look at relevant Capital Markets issues, from a long standing Hedge Fund practitioner and  behavioral finance specialist. The author’s original work on Compensation Frameworks, and Capital Markets Gaming can be found here.
  • Pension Pulse: “…a one stop center for information and insight pertaining to pension funds and financial markets.”
  • Pension Risk Matters: “…an independent information services, research/analysis and training company for the pension community.”
  • Phorgy Phynance: Where physics meets finance. An alternative view of the markets from a quant’s perspective, written by Eric Forgy, PhD, CAIA.
  • QFinance: The ultimate finance resource.
  • Quoin Partners “This weekly blog is an exclusive resource for both startup and expansion stage hedge fund managers, CTA/Managed Futures, and Proprietary Trading Firms for the sharing of best practices, industry commentary, and related tools.”
  • The Research Puzzle: “…musings and questions that are intended to make you think about the puzzles that are in front of you, and to adopt a fresh approach to their solutions.”
  • Risk Without Reward: “Operational risk is the risk arising external to the investment decision making process. When investing in hedge funds, operational risks..”
  • TraderPsyches: “Leveraging Behavioral Finance with Advanced Trading Psychology”
  • WorldBeta