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Overwhelmed with Your Retirement Portfolio? Paying Less Attention Now May Pay off in Larger Returns in the Future
Press Release | January 07, 2015
New Research from Columbia Business School Shows that It May Benefit You to Check Your Retirement Portfolio Less Often
25 Ways to Improve Your Finances in 2015
Media Mentions | December 31, 2014 | U.S. News & World Report
Professor Stephan Meier’s research about patience included as a top tip for better finances in 2015.
30 Years Ago, Warren Buffett Gave Away the Secret to Investing and Correctly Predicted No One Would Listen
Media Mentions | December 25, 2014 | Yahoo! Finance
Article cites famous speech, “The Superinvestors of Graham-and-Doddsville,” given by Warren Buffet ’51 at the School which was later adapted into an essay.
Why Activist Investors Go after Bigger Companies
Media Mentions | December 24, 2014 | Bloomberg TV
Professor Fabio Savoldelli discusses the year review of activist investing.
Debunking Aging Myths in Financial Decisions
Press Release | December 22, 2014
New research shows cognitive aging does not spell doom for financial decision-making
Financial Decisions: Older Adults' Lifetime of Acquired Expertise Offsets Declining Ability to Process Information
Media Mentions | December 22, 2014 | Phys.org
Professors Eric Johnson and Elke Weber’s research spotlighted.
In Search of Lost ‘Time’: Algos Didn’t Wait on Fed Nuance
Media Mentions | December 18, 2014 | Bloomberg News
Professor Paul Tetlock’s research on how news stories affect financial markets featured.
What Are the Pros and Cons to Activist Investing?
Media Mentions | December 08, 2014 | Bloomberg TV
Professor Fabio Savoldelli states it doesn’t matter if the “activist” is a white or a black hat, what’s most important is to get people who are motivated and focused enough to make progress.
Jilted Hedge Funds Even More in Love with Japan
Media Mentions | November 21, 2014 | CNBC
While many hedge funds are bullish on Japanese equity markets, Professor Michael Oliver Weinberg says the best days for trade may have passed.
How the Tribune Analyzed CPS' Bond Deals
Media Mentions | November 07, 2014 | Chicago Tribune
Professor Charles Jones affirms the Tribune’s methodology used to construct a hypothetical fixed–rate bond versus the auction rate used by Chicago Public Schools, which found the district could end up paying $100 million than if it had used safer borrowing methods.
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