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Kenneth Heinz, Hedge Fund Research
From Asset Allocation / Portfolio Management August 30, 2012

Wealth managers warming to sustainable energy funds

Investments into renewable energy are on the rise, and funds tracking the sector are seing inflows, but the theme is better suited to those investors with a long-term horizon

Kim Catechis, Martin Currie

Emerging markets well placed to weather storm

Emerging markets remain better placed to succeed in today’s volatile global economy, though they would benefit from a return to growth in the West

Fending off the euro crisis

Wealth managers are battling to protect clients from the ongoing instability in the eurozone, and are building exposure to currencies that are generally percieved as safer bets

Picking the winners in a diverse commodities sector

The increasingly diverse performances of different commodities is forcing fund managers to go overweight on those they feel will outperfom

Ken Heinz, Hedge Fund Review

Institutions step in as high net worth individuals shun black-box strategies

With the 2008 crisis fresh in their minds, high net worth individuals remain wary of hedge funds, but institutional investors are taking their place and the industry continues to see fresh launches

Identifying winners in the multi-asset funds universe

Recent crises have generated renewed interest for asset allocation funds, with active management strategies designed to dampen shocks when the market falls. However, faced with an offer that is now very large and diverse, selecting the right investment medium can prove complicated

A more efficient way into the environmental sector

As global resources become scarcer, companies developing more efficient solutions look like attractive investments

Thematic thinking enters mainstream

Investment strategies following themes such as the rise of emerging markets or the development of sustainable energy may be gaining traction, but critics claim they are little more than a marketing ploy

Bolder portfolios ready to re-embrace alternatives

Alternative investments such as private equity and hedge funds are making their way back into balanced portfolios, but due diligence and manager selection are more important than ever

Robert Jukes, Collins Stewart
From Asset Allocation / Portfolio Management March 29, 2012

New breed of multi-asset portfolios aim to address shortfalls

Dynamically managed multi-asset portfolios that are goal-oriented and risk-targeted could be well suited to today’s volatile markets

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