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Metatrader 4 Apple iPad app fully featured review for forex trading

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Featured Article Collection of the Week- Credit Derivatives: Examining the Credit Default Swap Market

  • Group: Institutional Investor Journals, The Voices of Influence
  • Subject: Featured Article Collection of the Week- Credit Derivatives: Examining the Credit Default Swap Market

This week, II Journals features our latest E-Book: Credit Derivatives: Examining the Credit Default Swap Market

The market for credit default swaps is on the rise again in 2012 after falling during the economic downturn. With Greece’s recent credit event triggering CDS payouts, investor curiosity has increased on this highly traded and unregulated derivative. This E-collection is a compilation of articles on credit default swaps, with in-depth research on default probabilities, analysis, spreads and more. It is ideal for CDS buyers, sellers and investors looking to hedge, speculate or trade.

Research topics in this collection include:

•Joint probability of default for multiple financial institutions
•New method to estimate the components of corporate bonds & CDS spreads
•The impact of large changes in single issuer CDS spreads on the underlying entity’s equity prices

View Full Articles: http://www.iijournals.com/page/CreditDerivatives

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Featured Article Collection of the Week: Most Read Articles on Portfolio Risk Management

Featured Article Collection of the Week: Most Read Articles on Portfolio Risk Management This week, II Journals features our latest E-Book: Our Most Read Articles on Portfolio Risk Management
This article collection represents the most read articles on portfolio risk. Risk is an essential part of investing and this collection provides valuable insights and strategies from experts in the field. Our authors discuss portfolio strategies that work and the ones to avoid. The collection also includes theories and evaluation of risk management models, diversification, credit risk, asset allocation and optimization.
Research topics in this article collection include: •Portfolio strategies, diversification, credit risk, asset allocation and optimization •Evidence of positive risk premium of corporate bonds over treasuries •New risk budgeting algorithm that allocates risk among fixed income strategies
A must read for portfolio, investment and asset managers as well as individual investors.
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Quant analytics: Featured Youtube video of the week: Michael Crook, Executive Director, Head of Portfolio Advisory Group, UBS

  • Group: Institutional Investor Journals, The Voices of Influence
  • Subject: Featured video of the week: Michael Crook, Executive Director, Head of Portfolio Advisory Group, UBS

In the video Michael Crook expands on his article “Investment Policy for Private Foundations” in The Journal of Wealth Management. He mentions that there are three basic objectives: 1) distribute 5% of the net fair value of their assets per year, 2) maintain at least a constant level of real (inflation-adjusted) charitable giving per year and 3) do so in perpetuity.

View Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPNc_ajs3vU
View Abstract: http://www.iijournals.com/doi/abs/10.3905/jwm.2012.14.4.041

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