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

(Last Updated On: April 12, 2012)

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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