Fixed-income investments are still necessary, but with tight credit spreads right now, obtaining extra yield carries heavy risks, says Zebra Capital chairman Roger Ibbotson .
Equity investors looking for higher returns should consider low-volatility, less liquid stocks, which outperform their higher-risk peers over the long term, says Zebra Capital chairman Roger Ibbotson .
Our distinguished economics panel debates the value of current risk models.
When you buy any kind of an asset in a less liquid form, you're going to get it at a discount, which means higher returns, says Yale professor, Zebra Capital CIO and Ibbotson founder Roger Ibbotson .
The average active fund is a loser. So, don’t buy the average active fund.
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The less-liquid companies you've never heard of are actually the ones that are poised to have the higher returns, says the Ibbotson Associates founder.
Forget about that 90% number. After removing the market movement, asset allocation and active management are equally important in explaining return variations.
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