Genius and folly are oftentimes very closely linked together. Both imply going against convention and yet they are measured by entirely different outcomes. History is a brutal judge in how we remember those that did seemingly great or utterly stupid things. Ronald Wayn...

I recently came across an article in the FT, exploring the idea of artificial intelligence or so-called “machine learning”. Yes, amazing what one can get into at seven in the morning on a random Sunday, but nonetheless it is an interesting hypothesis to consider if Arn...

There are three levers to successful investment management. First, we have the risk management and no, this is not an exercise in calculating the cross-correlation coefficient of an optimised portfolio. Rather, it is where we decide how we are going to roll the dice. A...

Financial derivatives seem to have an image problem. The mere mention of the words: “forwards”, “calls” or “puts”, and many market participants will simply choose to pass. That’s because things are truly complex when it comes to financial instruments, whose value depen...

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