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Jim O’Shaughnessy and OSAM PM Travis Fairchild discuss Travis’ recent paper on ESG. The discussion focuses on using Custom Indexing and technology to solve many of the challenges advisors face in aligning client portfolios with unique client v
OSAM Portfolio Manager Travis Fairchild and Associate Jamie Catherwood come on to discuss their April paper titled ‘The Historic Opportunity in Small Cap Stocks’
Price is one of the most predictive determinants of future alpha and investors have recognized this since the first value fund was founded in 1779. While market environments and the methods of equity valuation have changed, the concept of purch
Although buybacks are constantly in the news, they have benefitted investors for centuries. In this episode, Jim and Jamie discuss the relationship between capital allocation and returns, 17th century dividends, 18th century buybacks, and a tim
Momentum is rooted in human nature and behavioral biases. This episode is a little different than other WWoWS episodes, as it was originally for guest Jamie Catherwood’s own history podcast, of which Jim was the first guest. However, enjoy this
Jim O’Shaughnessy and OSAM PM Travis Fairchild discuss Travis’ recent paper on ESG. The discussion focuses on the right and wrong approaches to ESG, the Canvas platform, and how factor investing ties into ESG.
While they may not have been known by the same names, many modern investment factors have historical roots stretching back centuries.
A look back, and forward, at how, when, and why factors work
The price-to-book ratio has a problem. Accounting distortions are causing record numbers of U.S. companies to report negative book value and more and more cheap companies to be defined as expensive growth companies (Veiled Value Stocks).  Join
“Traditional” asset allocation favors capacity-based frameworks that are overly-reliant on flawed market cap-weighted indexes. Also, that approach fails to make adjustments for investor risk tolerance or plan size. Investors who use a returns-
According to our research, the efficacy of factor signals in real estate investing has largely been upstaged by the factor revolution in the equities market. In fact, the public real estate market is uniquely inefficient and a fertile ground
Many investors readily agree that alpha is scarce. It is hard to find, always in great demand, and requires skill to extract. The eclectic microcap universe provides a disparate group of continually evolving and devolving businesses with stru
After reading as many as 18 different WSJ articles on the subject, it’s understandable why investors might be up in arms about the alleged perils of factor crowding. We hope this discussion allays some of those concerns. Join us on this “What
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