Quantitative Country Selection Strategies in Global Factor Investing
1. Auflage 2017,
262 Seiten, Kartoniert, Previously published in hardcover, Format (B × H): 148 mm x 210 mm, Gewicht: 366 g
Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Zaremba / Shemer Country Asset Allocation
International diversification has long been a key to stable investing. However, the increased integration and openness of global financial markets has led to rising correlations between stock market returns in particular countries, driving down the benefits of diversification and increasing the importance of country selection strategies as part of an investment process. Zaremba and Shemer explain the efficiency of quantitative investing, which captures huge amounts of data of limited scope very quickly. In the traditional approach, this data compilation is an immense undertaking, limited in scope and vulnerable to behavioral errors, but this can be overcome with the help of a new paradigm of quantitative investment at the country level. Quantitative country asset allocation can be efficiently accomplished by using wealth insights that have been generated in the academic literature, discovering many anomalies and regular patterns in asset prices. Armed with this information, investors and managers can process large amounts of data more efficiently when deciding to invest in ETFs, index funds, or futures markets.
Weitere Infos & Material
PART I1. Value versus Growth: Is Buying Cheap Always a Bargain?2. Trend is your Friend: Momentum Investing3. Is Small Beautiful? Size Effect in Stock Markets4. Is Risk Always Rewarded? Low-Volatility Anomalies5. Is a Good Company a Good Investment? Quality InvestingPART II6. Testing Country Allocation Strategies7. A Short Primer on International Equity Investing8. Value-Oriented Country Selection9. Momentum Effect across Countries10. Small-Country Effect11. Risk-Based Country Asset Allocation12. Country Selection Based on Quality13. What Next? Combining and Improving Country Selection Strategies