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Alt-beta-index products could deliver double digit positive performance in Q3'11
Radio Feature 32: Drago Indjic in conversation with Sona Blessing
 
Monday, November 21, 2011

radio In this feature Drago Indjic, Sunningdale Capital's co-founding partner and Project Manager at the London Business School, shares his insights on embracing and implementing alternative beta index products within asset allocation - the need and ability to actively manage alternative beta

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Alt-beta-index products could deliver double digit positive performance in Q3'11

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  • Q1 - Why Q3's11 alternative investment performance did not have to be negative?

    Duration: 02:02 


  • Q2 - Identifying an investable source of positive performance

    Duration: 02:19 


  • Q3 - Place in a portfolio – allocation and their application

    Duration: 01:26 


  • Q4 - Why was the performance of such alternative beta index products positive and how was it achieved?

    Duration: 02:06 


  • Q5 - Why aren't such products being more widely embraced?

    Duration: 02:51 



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