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Front-Office Risk Analyst (Société Générale)
Market Risk Management (Analyst) : MRMA has overall responsibility for independently measuring, monitoring, analyzing, and reporting market risks associated with Goldman Sachs' Broker-Dealer and Investment Management ("IMD") Divisions. For hedge funds, MRA calculates Value at Risk; volatility; marginal contribution to risk by asset class; and "severe loss" scenarios. The risk models used are the same as those used for managing the risk of the Firm's broker dealer trading businesses. For mutual funds, MRA calculates a number of stress tests and analyzes active weights in a portfolio compared to those in the relevant benchmark. Particular focus is given to concentrations and liquidity in relation to the market. MRA is also responsible for regulatory market risk reporting for mutual funds, depending on their domicile. Responsibilities: • Daily/weekly monitoring of the risks associated with both hedge funds and mutual funds, across equity and fixed income strategies. • Develop, implement, and enhance stress tests, scenario analyses, and risk decompositions. • Build and maintain relationships with businesses, providing regular updates on changes in risk metrics and stress tests to senior IMD Management. Basic Qualifications • Bachelors Degree in a relevant discipline • Minimum one year of experience Preferred Qualifications • Strong written and verbal communication skills -- able to work with a wide range of constituents (i.e. from Portfolio Managers to Controllers to Technology) • Proven record of strong internal performance • Detail Oriented with a strong control mentality • Acute and pro-active interest of what is happening in financial markets on a day-to-day basis • Highly motivated and assertive with a "can-do" attitude We want to build the next generation models that would make the world economy better off.
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Billionaire Cliff Asness: Investment Strategy, Risk and Active Investing
An interview with billionaire quantitative investor and co-founder of AQR Capital Management, Cliff Asness. In this interview, Cliff discusses his investment strategy at AQR, including how he thinks about risk and portfolio structure. Cliff also talks about active vs passive investing and back testing. 📚Books by Cliff Asness and books on him are located at the bottom of the description❗ Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive Follow us on twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA Other great Stock Market Investor videos:⬇ Ray Dalio on Hedge funds, Success and Life/Work: http://bit.ly/RDVid1 Charlie Munger on Common sense and Investing:http://bit.ly/CMVid1 Billionaire James Simons: Conquering Wall Street with Mathematics:http://bit.ly/JSVidIA Video Segments: 0:00 Introduction 0:06 Why did you start AQR? 1:48 How is your strategy different? 6:20 How do you verify back test? 15:16 Investing peeves? 21:25 Mistakes? 28:15 Is there a motto you live by? 33:04 Has your thinking about investing changed since 1998? 36:59 Where are the unique risks and opportunities today? 40:33 Effects of passive investing? 44:41 Concerns of factor investing? 50:22 What does it mean when big names drive the market? 53:02 How do you invest for your family? 54:33 Advice? Cliff Asness Books 🇺🇸📈 (affiliate link) Short Selling http://bit.ly/ShortSellingCA The Quants:http://bit.ly/TheQuants Interview Date: 2017 Event: Prime Quadrant Original Image Source:http://bit.ly/CAsnessPic3 Investors Archive has videos of all the Investing/Business/Economic/Finance masters. Learn from their wisdom for free in one place. For more check out the channel. Remember to subscribe, share, comment and like! No advertising.
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Global bankers recognize risk of trade war and are prepared to act, strategist says
Joe Tanious, senior investment strategist at Bessemer Trust, and Lamar Villere, portfolio manager at Villere and Co., discuss how the markets seem unfazed by the trade issues between the United States and China.
Views: 163 CNBC Television
FRM Risk Management & Investment Management Topic 8.d
This is a sample of our 2012 FRM Risk Management & Investment Management T8.d video tutorials. For more financial risk management videos, visit our website! http://www.bionicturtle.com The Bionic Turtle program is the most effective and affordable preparation aid for the Financial Risk Manager (FRM) exam.
Views: 596 Bionic Turtle
Career Advice on becoming a Compliance and Risk Manager by Rahul O (Full Version)
Visit http://icould.com/videos/rahul-o/ for more careers info. Rahul O is a Compliance and Risk Manager at Fidelity. He makes sure that fellow employees follow the rules of finance and he makes sure that risks to the company are understood. He has been able to travel and work in India, New York, Bermuda and London in the finance industry.Highlights at http://icould.com/videos/rahul-o/?length=short
Views: 12741 icould career stories
EIB people: Laura, Risk Manager 💃
Do you wonder what it is like to work at the European Investment Bank? For Laura, it is like dancing salsa. Meet her and discover how a confident risk manager can face EIB challenges as if she were dancing. Bring your passions to the European Investment Bank and make a difference to the things that matter to you, to your family and to everyone. Visit our website: http://www.eib.org/jobs Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EuropeanInvestmentBank Twitter: https://twitter.com/eib LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/european-investment-bank
Margin Call- Quantitative Risk Manager
A Quant Analysis discovers how bad MBS and CDO securities are and that the company is now bankrupt.
Views: 86113 scottab140
Using Alternative Investments to Reduce Investment Risk, 2016
Michael Gray interviews Craig Martin, CFP ® of Family Wealth Consulting Group about “Using Alternative Investments to Reduce Investment Risk" for Financial Insider Weekly. They discuss what stock market and bond alternatives are, the advantages, and minimum investments. http://www.financialinsiderweekly.com
The Benefits of Being a Certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM)
Sverrir Thorvaldsson, FRM and Chief Risk Officer of a commercial bank in Iceland, discusses the benefits of the FRM and how it can help risk professionals show dedication to the field of risk management. Meet more Certified FRMs here: http://bit.ly/1l802Vs
Views: 9895 GARPvideo
FRM Risk Management & Investment Management Topic 8.b
This is a sample of our 2012 FRM Risk Management & Investment Management T8.b video tutorials. For more financial risk management videos, visit our website! http://www.bionicturtle.com The Bionic Turtle program is the most effective and affordable preparation aid for the Financial Risk Manager (FRM) exam.
Views: 829 Bionic Turtle
Panel Discussion | Operational Risk Management
Discussion between Umar Zaman, Chief Administrative Officer - Global Risk and Control, AXA Investment Managers, Richard Flood, Managing Director – Head of Operational Risk, EMEA. StateStreet and David Ragan, Director of Risk Management & Compliance, Steamship Insurance Management Services Moderated by Brenda Boultwood, SVP GRC Solutions, MetricStream
Views: 4154 MetricStream
Prof. Dr. Christian Koziol über die Qualifizierung zum CRM - Certified Risk Manager
Weitere Informationen zum CRM - Certified Risk Manager: www.dvfa.de/crm
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Stu Simonsen Real Estate Investment and Risk Manager
http://stuartsimonsen.net/stuart-simonsen-real-estate-investor-and-risk-manager/ Stu Simonsen 406-670-4999 Real Estate Investor and Risk Manager High Net Worth Investors Trust Stu Simonsen Safe Secure High Return Real Estate Investments On Facebook and Twitter
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Careers Advice - Investment Manager
www.brightsparkstraining.com talk to Ross on becoming an investment manager.
Views: 6103 Antony Stagg
Chief Investment Risk Officer on Responsible Investing
We sat down with Barbara Zvan, our Senior Vice-President, Strategy & Risk and Chief Investment Officer, to talk about the evolution of responsible investing and the role it plays in helping us meet our fiduciary duty to you.
Meet the World's Most Bearish Investment Manager
May 13 -- Mark Spitznagel of Universa Investments explains the logic behind his investment strategy of betting on a big market crash. He speaks on “Market Makers.”
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Warren Buffett on Risk Management
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Meet Melissa, Analyst, Risk & Quantitative Analysis
Melissa Barnard, an analyst within Risk & Quantitative Analysis in New York, is focused on helping our investment management teams manage their fiduciary risks. Originally a chemistry major, Melissa quickly realized that the field wasn’t for her, and was able to translate the hard skills she gained in the classroom into a successful career in financial services. Learn more about Melissa and her BlackRock journey at: https://www.themuse.com/companies/blackrock/people/melissa
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How Is Investment Risk Measured?
How to correctly measure investment risk in finance is an important consideration. However, there are many ways to measure risk and most professionals don't make it any easier by using industry jargon. In this video you'll learn how to decipher the various names for risk, what they mean for your portfolio, and several lesser used, but very robust risk measures. We'll cover: Volatility and Standard Deviation Downside Volatility and Modified Standard Deviation Max Drawdown and Max Drawdown Sum The Sharpe Ratio The Sortino Ratio http://RealizeYourRetirement.com
How women and men approach money differently: risk, investment, and return | Sallie Krawcheck
Women have different financial strategies and insight than men, argues Sallie Krawcheck, the co-founder and CEO of Ellevest, a digital investment platform for women. Female investors have a different sense of why they want to make money, pursue specific goals more readily, and show a unique sense of risk awareness. Krawcheck says it's important for women to play the market and plan financially because there is a real retirement savings crisis in this country which disproportionately affects them. Read more at BigThink.com: https://bigthink.com/videos/sallie-krawcheck-how-women-and-men-approach-money-differently-risk-investment-and-return Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink So if you think about investing today it tends to be all about outperforming the market. It tends to be about making more money and it tends to be about picking and choosing the right stock, the right mutual fund. Mutual fund versus an ETF. The right money manager. And that has worked eh, I was going to say well for the population, but frankly it has worked okay for the population. Why? Because the goal that the industry set itself a long time ago of active management and outperforming the market…well less than one percent, well less than half a percent of money managers outperform the market consistently over any five year period. Okay, so back up. When we did our research with women the concept of “beating the market” fell completely flat. The concept of “winning” fell flat. In fact, even the concept of “making more money” fell pretty flat—sort of surprising to me, it seemed like a pretty good goal. What worked for women were actual goals. So okay, if I’m going to put my money aside and invest my money, I want to be able to in X number of years buy my dream home, have a child, start a business, retire well, take that trip around the world that I wanted to. And so we found that women tend to be more goals-oriented and focused than men. Another finding for us: Men tend to, if you ask them the question about their risk tolerance—which, by the way, the whole industry does—men will answer. By the way, they don’t know what it is. We only ever learn what our risk tolerance is really when we go through downturns. But women we found were, “Oh, oh my gosh. You know what, I’m going to think about that. Let me think about that and I’ll get back to you.” And they never do. It really shuts down the conversation. And so we instead of asking a question we know people don’t have the wherewithal to answer, instead we say “Okay, let us learn about you through taking you through the product and the capability. Tell us what your goals are and then we’ll tell you essentially how much risk you can afford.” So for an example you and I are the same person. We make the same salary. We have the same level of education. We’re the same age. And you don’t have an emergency fund so you don’t have cash set aside for a rainy, rainy day and you want to have a baby in four years. I just need to retire, right. It doesn’t really matter what I think my risk tolerance is. You don’t get a lot of risk. I get plenty of risk. And so we tweaked things like that as well as really – so making it goals based, approaching risk differently, taking into account again that women live longer and salaries peak sooner, forecasting out their life curves. And then the most important change we found is that most people think of and describe women as risk-averse investors. What we found, maybe a subtle point, is women are risk-aware investors. And what they wanted was not hey, explain risk to be in standard deviation and “Let’s really go through that statistical analysis,” but more, “Hold on, how bad can it get?” And so what we would do is we track you, track women to their goal and say in X percent of markets it could be this bad and in Y percent that bad. And if you fall off track, if you fall off track to reach your goal we’ll reach out to you, tell you you’re off track and tell you what you have to do to get back on. Deposit another thousand dollars, retire six months later. So those are a few of the differences, some of which are straightforward (and others of which are more subtle) that we found were barriers to keeping women from investing.
Views: 19982 Big Think
Investment tips from one of Australia's best fund managers
Pengana Australian Equities Fund has consistently been one of the country's best performing funds, so we decided it was time to get fund manager Rhett Kessler on the show to share his investment strategies and stock picks for 2014. As a conservative investor, Rhett's fund aims to preserve capital and produce a decent return. If this piques your interest, tune in for the fund manager's favourite stocks of the year and views on the resources and banking sectors.
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How Much Risk Should You Take?
Risk is more than an important part of investing. The whole concept of a financial market exists on the basis that taking risk can result in financial gain. While we are not able to control or predict the distribution of outcomes, we are able to choose the type and amount of risk that we take with our investments. I’m Ben Felix, Associate Portfolio Manager at PWL Capital. In this episode of Common Sense Investing, I’m going to tell you about risk. Nassim Taleb's Antifragile: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/176227/antifragile-by-nassim-nicholas-taleb/9780812979688/ ------------------ Visit PWL Capital: https://goo.gl/uPcXg7 Follow PWL Capital on: - Twitter: https://twitter.com/PWLCapital - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PWLCapital - LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/105673/ Follow Ben Felix on - Twitter: https://twitter.com/benjaminwfelix - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjaminwfelix/ ------------------ Video channel management, content strategy & production by Truly Social Inc. - Website: http://trulysocial.ca - Twitter: https://twitter.com/trulysocial
Views: 8198 Ben Felix
Reduce Uncertainty & Manage Risk in Your Investment Portfolio
Discover how business intelligence can help you reduce uncertainty and more actively manage risk in your investment portfolio.
Views: 212 SunGard Fs
CISI - Investment, Risk and Taxation, Investment Planning
In this 30 minute extract from the Fitch Learning classroom tuituion phase of the Investment, Risk and Taxation course the instructor covers part of the Investment Planning material that will be tested in the CISI examination. Including an introduction to investment planning, asset allocation, investment selection, research, reports and analysis. For information about the courses we offer to help you complete the CISI Investment Advice Diploma, please visit our website https://www.fitchlearning.com/investment-advice-diploma As part of the Fitch Group, Fitch Learning partner with clients to elevate knowledge and skills and enhance conduct. With centres in London, New York, Singapore, Dubai and Hong Kong; we are committed to questioning and understanding client needs across the globe and on the ground locally. Our people advise and build learning solutions to accelerate the achievements of the individual, and the company across the entire employee lifecycle.
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12. What is Financial Risk
Download Preston's 1 page checklist for finding great stock picks: http://buffettsbooks.com/checklist Preston Pysh is the #1 selling Amazon author of two books on Warren Buffett. The books can be found at the following location: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0982967624/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0982967624&linkCode=as2&tag=pypull-20&linkId=EOHYVY7DPUCW3WD4 http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1939370159/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1939370159&linkCode=as2&tag=pypull-20&linkId=XRE5CA2QJ3I2OWSW In this lesson, we briefly talked about the difference between risks and rewards. We learned that the 10 year Federal Note is a risk free investment that provides a marginal return. We know that in follow on lessons, we're going to use the 10 year note as our baseline value to relatively compare the value of other investments. When we assess the amount of risk that's associated with an investment, we learned about three factors that make an investment risky. 1. Debt. We learned that as a company increases the amount of debt (or leverage) they use, it typically results in diminishing returns. By avoiding investments that carry a lot of debt, you'll mitigate the risks associated with any investment. 2. Price. Although investors might have the opportunity to purchase a really great business, we learned that the price at which they purchase the asset can actually result in a poor investment. We know that the price is what we pay and that value is what we get. This idea is at the heart of a value based investing approach. 3. Knowledge. One of the hardest things for an investor to do is to admit that they don't know all the facts. Although this may prove challenging, the faster an investor can identify they lack of knowledge or ability to properly account for all the variables, the less risk they'll assume in any investment.
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16. Portfolio Management
MIT 18.S096 Topics in Mathematics with Applications in Finance, Fall 2013 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/18-S096F13 Instructor: Jake Xia This lecture focuses on portfolio management, including portfolio construction, portfolio theory, risk parity portfolios, and their limitations. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
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FRM Risk Management & Investment Management Topic 8.a
This is a sample of our 2012 FRM Risk Management & Investment Management T8.a video tutorials. For more financial risk management videos, visit our website! http://www.bionicturtle.com The Bionic Turtle program is the most effective and affordable preparation aid for the Financial Risk Manager (FRM) exam.
Views: 1084 Bionic Turtle
Risk Management - future of banks, banking, insurance, investment - conference keynote speaker
http://www.globalchange.com Risk management and banking -- bonus risk. Bonus for fund managers rewards short term gain and long term risk. Problems for risk management of banks, hedge funds, investment funds. Reducing risk in financial services. Sub-prime crisis, bad loans. Low returns, changing bonus structures for remuneration smoothed over business cycles. Boom and bust.Dr Patrick Dixon, Futurist and author of 12 books on global trends. Euro, sterling, currency, inflation, risk, fund management, risk management, managing risk, central bank, bank, fiancial risk, crisis, banking, reward, motivation, share options, bonuses, England, interest, rates, control, economy, growth, recession, economic.
Operational Risk Management in Financial Services
Operational risk can have a crippling effect on a company if not managed properly. This is especially true in the financial services industry. Banks and investment firms must pay close attention to variables that have the potential to impact their operations, not only from the breakdown of technology and processes, but also from a personnel perspective. The responsibility of managing one's money is great, and the inability to properly anticipate and manage potential risk factors can have a devastating effect, all the way up to the industry level. A case in point was the subprime mortgage crisis of the late 2000s, which led to a nationwide economic recession. Mike Pinedo, the Julius Schlesinger Professor of Operations Management at New York University's Stern School of Business, is an expert in risk management research, particularly in the context of the financial services industry. In his presentation at The Boeing Center's 13th annual Meir Rosenblatt Memorial Lecture, he described the main types of primary risks in a financial services company: market risk, credit risk, and operational risk. Ops risk, which is the risk of a loss resulting from inadequate or failed internal processes, people, or external events, may be the most important factor, he claimed. Full article → http://bit.ly/2tfvwxn
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George Soros Investment Risk Management Strategies and ways
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3 Sustainable Investing Trends for 2018
Jon Hale says climate risk, asset manager engagement, and growing advisor interest will be key issues in the coming year. For all Morningstar videos: http://www.morningstar.com/articles/archive/467/us-videos.html
Views: 836 Morningstar, Inc.
132. Monte-Carlo - Integrating risk management into investment decision making
Alex Sidorenko from RISK-ACADEMY talks about integrating risk management into investment decision making. A step by step guide how to apply Monte-Carlo simulation to the investment decision making. Validating management assumptions is probably the single most important value a risk manager can bring to his / her company. As companies and markets are becoming more interdependent, an issue in one industry or country may have a flow on effect on the global supply chain. The business environment is becoming more volatile. Unfortunately, many companies have been slow to adjust for such volatility. We have noticed an alarming trend to match the models to the desired outcomes to keep shareholders happy and justify bonus payments. Risk management needs to be vigilant to this often unethical behaviour. These topics were very well disclosed in the Professor Patrick McNutt’s book Strategic code – patterns and prediction of behaviour. Management assumptions about interest rates, FX, market growth, customer behaviour and new technologies are quickly becoming outdated or overly optimistic. Risk managers play a vital role in verifying those assumptions to ensure they remain current and realistic. Scenario analysis, stress testing and Monte-Carlo simulations help risk managers test current business plans and financial models to verify and validate assumptions made by management. Some risk managers use game theory principles and behavioural psychology to help management look at the strategic risks from different angles. At RISK-ACADEMY we have compiled free videos of lectures, seminars and interviews with Russian risk managers, as well as free templates and examples of the tools required for the implementation of elements of risk management in the organization of small and medium-sized businesses. OFFICIAL BLOG: www.riskacademy.wordpress.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch to find out more about risk management webinars we run every week: "RISK ACADEMY free webinars" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRcvY7D_YQ0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
FRM Risk Management & Investment Management Topic 8.e
This is a sample of our 2012 FRM Risk Management & Investment Management T8.e video tutorials. For more financial risk management videos, visit our website! http://www.bionicturtle.com The Bionic Turtle program is the most effective and affordable preparation aid for the Financial Risk Manager (FRM) exam.
Views: 683 Bionic Turtle
MacBeth Mic Investment Risk Stack Explained
MacBeth Mic Investment Risk Stack Explained
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Get Out of Wall-Street Traffic - Investment Risk Management - Wall Street Investing
Wall Street wants you playing in the traffic with the oncoming cars of risk, market crashes, fees, and several other risks you take. Take a look at this depiction of what it’s like to be in the traffic. Meanwhile Wall Street execs and smart investors are on the sidewalks, avoiding the traditional ways of Wall Street. The Wall Street lies, investment risk management, and getting your money out of wall street traffic. ------ Hi everyone! And welcome to another podcast, another video on this Wealthy and Wise Wednesday. Hope you're doing great and ready to finish out the week strong. 00:00:41 So I've been thinking about this concept for quite some time, and the concept is basically, how we’re persuaded to invest and save by called traditional financial advisors. And as I thought about this and thought about this and thought about this, I came to the conclusion that one the best things I could do are have it drawn up in kind of a cartoon. 00:01:14 So I want you to see this cartoon. Obviously, if you're on video, I'm going to be showing it to you here in just a second. But if you're on the podcast, make sure you go to wisemoneytools.com/30 so you can see this cartoon. Although I'm going to do my best to kind of explain what's going on here and the reasoning behind this. I think it would be great if you can take a look at it as well. 00:01:46 So here we have this cartoon picture and we’re downtown New York on Wall Street and we have you as the investor running down the middle of the street dodging all these cars and these cars are market crashes in inflation and interest rates, in risk, in fees, just to name some of the more obvious risks that we take when we're investing in the traditional Wall Street fashion. 00:02:21 Others are income for life and where that's going to come from, the sequence of return, deflation, I mean there's a whole slew of cars that could be on this thing as well. And you kind of ask yourself, well, why is this guy or why am I running down the middle of Wall Street and dodging all these cars? That's essentially depicting that we're the ones taking the risk when our financial advisors push us toward investing in markets and speculation and all that stuff. -------------------------------------------------------------- Please Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNtQmqZlNUwzPuWmHPI_oSg?sub_confirmation=1 Visit me on the web- http://WiseMoneyTools.com/ Follow me! FB - https://www.facebook.com/wisemoneytools Twitter - https://twitter.com/wisemoneytools Google+ - https://plus.google.com/114367619155241197052 I have been involved in financial planning for over 32 years. I started out as a high volume stockbroker. After working with millions of dollars I decided there had to be another way for people to earn money in the market without all the risky ups and downs that leave you where you started, or worse. After reading a ton of books I came across a book on the Infinite Banking Concept and it completely changed my life and the way I view investments. Now I focus on building wealth in safe and predictable ways, like Infinite Banking, Cash Value Life Insurance, and Indexed Annuities to name a few. I post videos regularly so if you have any questions of comments feel free to email them to... dan at wisemoneytools dot com
Views: 167 Wise Money Tools
The Lowest Risk Investment
What is the lowest risk investment you can possibly make? Is there such a thing as a risk-less investment? The investment depends on your currency and if you are lucky enough to have a very highly rated government bond available in that currency!
Views: 4649 Lars Kroijer
Day in the Life of a Credit Analyst | PIMCO
Christian Stracke, Global Head of Credit Research, offers an inside look at PIMCO’s intensive credit research process and how it led the firm to invest in pipeline companies as oil reached its 2016 low. For more information, visit http://pimco.com Follow us for insights on economies, markets and investing: Twitter: https://twitter.com/pimco LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/pimco Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pimco Blog: http://blog.pimco.com Terms and conditions: pimco.com/socialmedia
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Managing Risk in Alternative Investment Strategies: Hedge Funds
An understanding about how past returns are generated is imperative to successful asset allocation.
Views: 85 Mark Tuminello
How to Build a Portfolio to Protect Your Retirement: Investment Risk Reconsidered
In this video, we dive into how to manage investment risk in retirement and how to rethink how to build a retirement portfolio. We discuss: -How investing for retirement is different than investing for accumulation. -How the best practice of most financial planners may cause you to take too much investment risk. -Why risk tolerance is a bad way of building an investment portfolio in retirement. -How to rethink managing risk in retirement. -The concept of “minimum effective dose” of investment risk. -Hot to build an asset allocation of stocks, bonds, cash and other assets. Whether you're investing in mutual funds, ETFs, stocks or bonds, if you're near retirement, you should consider rethinking how you manage investment risk. In retirement, it's much harder to recover from a stock market crash or bear market. ++++++ Get retirement tips every Saturday in our 6-Shot Saturday e-mail https://rogerwhitney.com/6shot/ ++++++ Check out my new book, Rock Retirement https://rogerwhitney.com/book/ ++++++ Check out the Retirement Answer Man podcast https://apple.co/2JWZxuy Roger Whitney, CFP®, CIMA®, CPWA®, AIF® is a co-founder of WWK Wealth Advisors and host of the award-winning podcast The Retirement Answer Man. He has been a financial planner for over 27 years. Each day he “walks life” with individuals and families, helping them plan for, transition into, and live out their retirement. He is a former instructor of retirement planning and employee benefits for the Certified Financial Planner certificate program at the University of Texas at Arlington. He has also taught wealth management at Texas Christian University Extended Education. His recent book is called, Rock Retirement: A Simple Guide to Help You Take Control and Be More Optimistic About the Future.
Views: 1287 Roger Whitney
FRM Risk Management & Investment Management Topic 8.c
This is a sample of our 2012 FRM Risk Management & Investment Management T8.c video tutorials. For more financial risk management videos, visit our website! http://www.bionicturtle.com The Bionic Turtle program is the most effective and affordable preparation aid for the Financial Risk Manager (FRM) exam.
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Investor Behavior and Market Returns – Smart Investing – Investment Risk and Return – Safe Money
Investor behavior and the psychology behind it is quite interesting. Dalbar has done studies on these types of behaviors and found that investors do not actually achieve, or even get close to, the average returns of the stock market index, the S&P 500. Because of the way we invest, constantly buying and selling stocks based on our supposed logic and emotion, many investors fall short of any real market gains. This means that market investing and the numbers Wall Street uses to lure us in are almost all completely false. Investors do not get the returns of the market. By using safe money investments such as high cash value life insurance we can get out of the markets and find safe ways to grow our retirement income without risk. In fact, in most cases these investments will beat what the average investor will achieve in the markets, especially after taxes and fees. Adding this to the many benefits that life insurance, structured properly, offer us, we find a much more secure and stable way to grow our money. Whether you call it Infinite Banking, Becoming your Own Banker, or some other name, the principles are the same, as long as it is found within a whole life insurance policy. "Investor Behavior We all read the news and hear about these lofty returns in the market. Like, the S&P over the last 10 years has average X and over the past 5 years it’s been this. What’s interesting is when the ordinary investors hear these returns, what goes through their head? I describe ordinary or the average investor as those who put money into their 401k each year or into other investments such as mutual funds They take advice from brokers who have them “dollar cost average” or buy and hold for the long haul. Words like asset allocation and diversification are used to make the investor feel all warm and fuzzy. Many of these average investors think they are beating the market or at least getting returns similar to the market. This is coupled by the fact that radio talk show hosts contently tell you that you will get double digit returns in mutual funds. The “market” as I define it, is the S&P 500 index. It’s a broad range index comprising of 500 of the largest stock companies. Most equity mutual funds are compared to the benchmark of the S&P 500 index to compare how they are doing in the market. Well the results are in for 2015. Dalbar is an analytical analysis company that tracks and monitors investor behavior. In the end here is what they have to say about the ordinary investor. Over the past 20 years if you could get the S&P 500 without any fees, it has averaged about 9.85%. But here is the fallacy, most advisors, mutual fund mangers, and hedge funds do not beat the S&P 500. So the chances that you’ll find a broker or money manager who beats the index after fees is difficult at best. Certainly for the long haul anyway. So how did investor behavior fare over the last 20 years? The investor who used allocation funds did 2.47% over the last 20 years. 1.76% over the last 30 years. Keep in mind this is before fees and taxes….brutal isn’t it? Makes you wonder why you take the risk at all. This seems to be consistent with many ordinary investors that I talk with across the country I recently talked with a guy who has had his 401k for 20 years. After he crunched the numbers he came up with just over 2% return. Boy was he discouraged. So the moral of the story? You can’t listen to what Wall Street reports Or what you hear on the news. Investor Behavior is hard to overcome. Fear of losses and reaching for gains keep investors guessing – and more often than not – on the wrong side of market movements. If you see that the market is up X%, that doesn't mean you are just because you have your money invested in the market." -------------------------------------------------------------- Please Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNtQmqZlNUwzPuWmHPI_oSg?sub_confirmation=1 Visit me on the web- http://WiseMoneyTools.com/ Follow me! FB - https://www.facebook.com/wisemoneytools Twitter - https://twitter.com/wisemoneytools Google+ - https://plus.google.com/114367619155241197052 I have been involved in financial planning for over 30 years. I started out as a high volume stock broker. After working with millions of dollars I decided there had to be another way for people to earn money in the market without all the risky ups and downs that leave you where you started, or worse. After reading a ton of books I came across a book on the Infinite Banking Concept and it completely changed my life and the way I view investments. Now I focus on building wealth in safe and predictable ways, like Infinite Banking, Cash Value Life Insurance, and Indexed Annuities to name a few. I post videos regularly so if you have any questions of comments feel free to email them to... dan at wisemoneytools dot com
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Introduction to Treasury Management Process
Treasury management has become a specialized function and in today’s context, treasuries are expected to perform many critical functions. Effectively using treasury management with cash management and trade finance products brings tangible benefits to both corporate and financial institutions. If managed properly, it can significantly reducing financial risks; ensures that the enterprise has sufficient liquidity for payments that are due and to monitor payment flows and helps by implementing strategies that lead to the best borrowing rates and lower investment costs. Advanced Treasury systems can provide a whole host of benefits to a corporate treasury. Explore all these exciting concepts covered in a very simple and understandable language in this video. The learning objectives of this capsule are: • The learning objectives of this capsule are: • Learn the meaning of Treasury Management • Financial Risk Management • Cash Management • Loans and Investment Management • Understand how treasury function is organized • Learn about various Treasury Management Systems • Benefits of Treasury Management In this section we will start with helping you understand the definition and concepts pertaining to Treasury Management. This video is very useful for any student or professional interested in learning about Treasury management as a practice area and a process. This video is very useful for finance professionals who want to build their financial operational expertise. Information Technology professionals working on ERP implementations and those who want to build their functional expertise are certainly going to benefit from this lesson. Please watch and don’t forget to share your feedback either as comments or by writing to us at [email protected]
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My Career, My CFA Charter: An Investment Manager in Hong Kong
Jimmy Jim, CFA, Co-head of Global Markets & Trading Department of ICBC Asia, a 25-year veteran of the investment industry, shares the key to his career success. More successful stories can be found through the CFA Institute 2015 Career Guide - https://info.cfainstitute.org/CareerGuide.html?leadsource=FY15-CareerGuide-YouTube_organic #CFAcareer
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Residential Briefiing: Investment risk - UK
Alex Greaves, Fund Manager, UK Residential Fund, M&G Real Estate looks at the causes and levels of risk in the UK Residential market. © PropertyEU Residential Investment Briefing, London, 2015
The Wrong Type of Snow: Investment Risk Management Part 3 - Towers Watson
This is the final part of our series of discussions around the issues of risk management raised in our recent UK publication, The Wrong Type of Snow, written by our Thinking Ahead Group. They share their work on risk and how better risk management can provide a competitive advantage. The publication includes a study of existing practices, a new way of thinking about risk in the context of mission and proposals for improving risk management by institutional funds. For more information, please visit: http://www.towerswatson.com/research/6534
Tom Hardin, CMT, CFP investment risk management and portfolio management.
Thomas L. Hardin, CMT, CFP Chief Investment Officer with Canterbury Investment Management talks with Dan Lee with Indiana University Kelley School of Business. Topics include revolutionary change and advancements in investment risk management, volatility, investment management, portfolio management, successful investing. good investment books Myths about investing. Tom Hardin's book Investor Revolution www.canterburygroup.com
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BSc Banking & International Finance/BSc Investment & Financial Risk Management, Cass Business School
Learn about the BSc Banking and International Finance and BSc Investment and Financial Risk Management courses from the Course Directors and Cass Undergraduate Admissions
What is Investment Management?
What’s the difference between Asset Management and Investment Banking? This short video will help you learn about Investment Management. http://fidelityrecruitment.com
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