Les ETF dans la presse :
From the classical CAPM… The Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM), introduced by Jack Treynor (1961), is used by analysts to determine the required return of a financial asset.
What designates High Yield ? Basically, High Yield characterizes non-investment grade corporate bonds, which are also called speculative grade bonds, or “Junk Bonds”. It means that these bonds are not rated as high as “BB” […]
Healthcare: Rides Demographic Ageing Theme The global Healthcare sector is one of the best ways to play the demographic theme of global ageing in developed economies (Germany, Japan, US, China).
What defines Private Equity ? Private Equity can be basically described as the fact to invest either in companies that are not trading on a public exchange, or in a publicly listed company with […]
The Size Effect Factor Modifying the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM), which bases estimated asset’s returns on a single factor, the market return (systematic risk), many academic studies, led by Fama and French, have shown […]
The Low Volatility Factor Contrary to what would be expected under the classical Capital Asset Pricing Model, numerous academic studies have demonstrated that low-volatility or low-risk investing outperforms the broad market as well as high-risk […]
Muni Bond Fund Dividend Yields (%) US Municipal Bonds Municipal bonds (munis) are debt obligations issued by US state entities, local governments or their agencies. Munis are classified General obligations (general purposes), and Revenue bonds […]
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