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FEBRUARY 2017

It’s Settled: We can Stop Referring to Impact Investing as an Asset Class

The impact panelists at Harvard Business School’s PE/VC Conference were in agreement that referring to impact investing as an asset class does more harm than good.

FEBRUARY 2017

Diversification, Active Management in Focus Amid Shifting Landscape

To many observers, the election results extended an eight-year ascent for US equities. Now that the so-called “sugar high” seems to be receding, however, discerning fund managers are starting to look a little more closely at the longer term impact.

DECEMBER 2016

Global Macro Hedge Funds: Man Versus Machine

November was an unusually poor month for quantitative/systematic (computer-traded) macro strategies, with many reputable names in the space down 5 to 9%. Conversely, it was an unusually strong month for discretionary (human-traded) macro strategies, with funds in Athena’s macro portfolio up 3 to 7%. By taking a closer look at this case study, we can better understand what to expect from both strategy types.
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Athena's Strategic Asset Allocation Model - Lisette Cooper

Athena's Strategic Asset Allocation Model - Lisette Cooper