- Glitter Me This. Fama Jr., Gene // Financial Planning;Oct2007, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p123
The article reports on investing in gold. According to the author, gold is not much stable. He states that the return of gold is 8.1% annually despite its volatility. The author asserts that financial planners can protect their clients who invested in gold by knowing when it will rise and move...
- FAR sighted. Monks, Helen // Money Marketing;6/19/2003, p39
Focuses on free-asset ratios in the field of finance in Great Britain. Need for independent financial advisers to keep up to date with the latest shifts in financial strength of life offices; Fall in free-asset rations in 2002 due to the bear market; Imperfection of free-asset ratios as a...
- Active/passive split is a moot point for Fidelity. Smith, Amanda // Money Marketing;5/31/2012, p28
The article reports on the active versus passive debate in the strategy note published by Fidelity's investment solutions group, which manages the firm's multi-asset and multi-manager funds.
- Managers split over gold play. Jackson, Gary // Money Marketing;5/16/2013, p29
The article reports on the different approaches adopted by multi-asset funds in dealing with the volatility in gold after the yellow metal's price fell about 20 per cent below the peak of 1,921 U.S. dollars per ounce it reached in September 2011.
- Hedges and safe havens: An examination of stocks, bonds, gold, oil and exchange rates. Ciner, Cetin; Gurdgiev, Constantin; Lucey, Brian M. // International Review of Financial Analysis;Sep2013, Vol. 29, p202
Abstract: In this paper we investigate the return relations between major asset classes using data from both the US and the UK. Our first objective is to examine time variation in conditional correlations to determine when these variables act as a hedge against each other. Secondly, we provide...
- Glitter harms growth. // India Today;4/23/2012, p27
The article examines how India's fascination with gold is an obstacle to investment in productive assets. According to the author, India's continuing fetish for gold has adversely affected the country's financial markets which have lost out on cash spent on gold. As a result, this has created an...
- Gold investments lose their luster over time. Blau, Joel M.; Paprocki, Ronald J. // Urology Times;Aug2012, Vol. 40 Issue 9, p52
The article presents questions and answers related to investments in urology practice which include the benefits of purchasing and holding gold and limitations of annual and lifetime gifts.
- Gold investment as hedge or safe haven. Serbeniuc, Lucreţiu // Romanian Journal of Artistic Creativity;Autumn2014, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p197
Gold is the asset most often associated with the concepts of safe haven and hedge, due to the general belief that it is uncorrelated with most asset types, even though there is no theoretical model to explain this connection. The development of financial markets has led to an increased level of...
- Searches Are Up, But Assets Fell Last Quarter. Lewis, Jakema // Investment Management Weekly;4/14/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 15, p1
Reports on the decrease in assets accumulated through searches in the money management community in the U.S. for the last quarter of 2002. Factors that attributed to the decline of assets; Comparison of assets accumulated in the last quarter of 2002 and in the first quarter of 2003; Plan of...