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Dow closes up over 370 points on rising trade optimism
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Mexico-US tariffs will harm both countries, warn officials
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Talk Your Book: The Low Volatility Anomaly
On this edition of Talk Your Book we discuss the low volatility anomalyÂ with Invesco's Nicolas Kalivas. Topics include why low vol isn't as well known as some of the other risk factors, why finance theory doesn't always work in practice, why flows follow performance, behavioral reasons for low vol to persist as an anomaly, why rebalancing matters and much more. Find complete shownotes on our blogs... Ben Carlsonâ€™s A Wealth of Common Sense Michael Batnickâ€™s The Irrelevant Investor Like us on Facebook And feel free to shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any feedback, questions, recommendations, or ideas for future topics of conversation.
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Wall Street Breakfast June 7: Another Stellar Jobs Report?
Our top stories today: Another stellar jobs report; more gains; and trouble in the eurozone.
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Andrew Ang Discusses Asset Management (Podcast)
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Andrew Ang, who leads BlackRockâ€™s factor-based strategies group. Ang has published widely on equities, fixed income, asset and factor allocation, and alternative assets; his book â€œAsset Management: A Systematic Approach to Factor Investingâ€ was published by Oxford University Press. Prior to joining BlackRock, Ang was chair of Columbia Business Schoolâ€™s finance and economics division; he earned his Ph.D. in finance and M.S. in statistics from Stanford University.