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The definitive guidebook for successful long-term investingThe third edition of Roger C. Gibson's Asset Allocation: Balancing Financial Risk was released in 2000 on the heels of the biggest bull market in a century and amidst talk of a new economy. The bear market that followed was the worst since 1973-1974 and resulted in the destruction of roughly half of the stock market's value. Through it all, Roger Gibson's advice to investors remained the same. Gibson once again offers techniques to design all-weather portfolios that improve long-term performance, while mitigating overall risks through widely varying market environments. Grounded in the principles of modern portfolio theory, this fourth edition of his investing classic explains how and why asset allocation works. Gibson demonstrates how adding new asset classes to a portfolio improves its risk-adjusted returns and how strategic asset allocation uses, rather than fights, the forces of capital markets to achieve investment success. Gibson also addresses the practical side of investing, advocating an approach based on a disciplined execution of the fundamentals--the most important things that investment professionals and lay investors need to focus on to achieve their financial goals. With more than two decades of experience managing clients' portfolios and expectations, he underscores the importance of identifying and working through the emotional and psychological traps that can impede investment success. In this new edition, Gibson offers his proven guidance on multiple-asset-class investing with updated exhibits and research. New topics include: A review of the 2000-2002 stock bear market in the context of bull and bear markets over the last 100 years An expanded discussion of the dangers of market timing Non-traditional asset classes such as real estate securities, commodity-linked securities, and TIPS in a diversified portfolio The challenges of “frame-of-reference” risk--the most significant danger confronting the multiple-asset-class investor The role of Monte Carlo simulation in retirement planning

Auteur

Roger Gibson, Charted Financial Analyst (CFA) and Certified Financial Planner (CFP) is President of Gibson Capital Management, Ltd. located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The firm is a Registered Investment Adviser providing money management services for high net worth individuals and institutional clients nationwide. Gibson is internationally recognized as an expert in asset allocation and investment portfolio design. He is a frequent speaker at national educational conferences sponsored by such organizations as the American Law Institute-American Bar Association, The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, The International Association for Financial Planning, the Institute of Certified Financial Planners, and the National Endowment for Financial Education. He also serves on the Advisory Board and is a regular columnist on asset allocation for the Journal of Retirement Planning and is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Financial Planning. He is frequently interviewed by financial publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Money, Fortune, The New York Times, and U.S. News and World Report.



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The definitive guidebook for successful long-term investing

The third edition of Roger C. Gibson's Asset Allocation: Balancing Financial Risk was released in 2000 on the heels of the biggest bull market in a century and amidst talk of a new economy. The bear market that followed was the worst since 1973-1974 and resulted in the destruction of roughly half of the stock market's value. Through it all, Roger Gibson's advice to investors remained the same.

Gibson once again offers techniques to design all-weather portfolios that improve long-term performance, while mitigating overall risks through widely varying market environments.

Grounded in the principles of modern portfolio theory, this fourth edition of his investing classic explains how and why asset allocation works. Gibson demonstrates how adding new asset classes to a portfolio improves its risk-adjusted returns and how strategic asset allocation uses, rather than fights, the forces of capital markets to achieve investment success.

Gibson also addresses the practical side of investing, advocating an approach based on a disciplined execution of the fundamentals--the most important things that investment professionals and lay investors need to focus on to achieve their financial goals. With more than two decades of experience managing clients' portfolios and expectations, he underscores the importance of identifying and working through the emotional and psychological traps that can impede investment success. In this new edition, Gibson offers his proven guidance on multiple-asset-class investing with updated exhibits and research. New topics include:

  • A review of the 2000-2002 stock bear market in the context of bull and bear markets over the last 100 years
  • An expanded discussion of the dangers of market timing
  • Non-traditional asset classes such as real estate securities, commodity-linked securities, and TIPS in a diversified portfolio
  • The challenges of "frame-of-reference" risk--the most significant danger confronting the multiple-asset-class investor
  • The role of Monte Carlo simulation in retirement planning



Résumé
The definitive guidebook for successful long-term investing The third edition of Roger C. Gibson's Asset Allocation: Balancing Financial Risk was released in 2000 on the heels of the biggest bull market in a century and amidst talk of a new economy. The bear market that followed was the worst since 1973-1974 and resulted in the destruction of roughly half of the stock market's value. Through it all, Roger Gibson's advice to investors remained the same. Gibson once again offers techniques to design all-weather portfolios that improve long-term performance, while mitigating overall risks through widely varying market environments. Grounded in the principles of modern portfolio theory, this fourth edition of his investing classic explains how and why asset allocation works. Gibson demonstrates how adding new asset classes to a portfolio improves its risk-adjusted returns and how strategic asset allocation uses, rather than fights, the forces of capital markets to achieve investment success. Gibson also addresses the practical side of investing, advocating an approach based on a disciplined execution of the fundamentals--the most important things that investment professionals and lay investors need to focus on to achieve their financial goals. With more than two decades of experience managing clients' portfolios and expectations, he underscores the importance of identifying and working through the emotional and psychological traps that can impede investment success. In this new edition, Gibson offers his proven guidance on multiple-asset-class investing with updated exhibits and research. New topics include: A review of the 2000-2002 stock bear market in the context of bull and bear markets over the last 100 years An expanded discussion of the dangers of market timing Non-traditional asset classes such as real estate securities, commodity-linked securities, and TIPS in a diversified portfolio The challenges of frame-of-reference risk--the most significant danger confronting the multiple-asset-class investor The role of Monte Carlo simulation in retirement planning

Contenu

ASSET ALLOCATION: BALANCING FINANCIAL RISK (FOURTH EDITION)CONTENTSForeword to the First EditionAcknowledgements

Introduction

Chapter 1: The Importance of Asset Allocation

Chapter 2: Historical Review of Capital Market Investment Performance

Chapter 3: Comparative Relationships Among Capital Market Investment Alternatives

Chapter 4: Market Timing

Chapter 5: Time Horizon

Chapter 6: A Model for Determining Broad Portfolio Balance

Chapter 7: Diversification: The Third Dimension

Chapter 8: Expanding the Efficient Frontier

Chapter 9: The Rewards of Multiple-Asset-Class Investing

Chapter 10: Portfolio Optimization

Chapter 11: Know Your Client

Chapter 12: Managing Client Expectations

Chapter 13: Portfolio Management

Chapter 14: Resolving Problems Encountered During Implementation

Conclusion

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Asset Allocation, 4th Ed
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9780071593908
ISBN: 978-0-07-159390-8
Protection contre la copie numérique: Adobe DRM
Format: eBook (epub)
Editeur: Mcgraw-Hill Education
Genre: Économie d'entreprise
nombre de pages: 336
Parution: 20.12.2007
Année: 2008
Sous-titre: Englisch