The Journal of Portfolio Management (JPM) is a definitive source of thought-leading analyses and practical techniques that many institutional investors turn to for insight on the financial markets.The JPM offers cutting-edge research on all major topics in investments, including asset allocation, performance measurement, market trends
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Founded by Peter Bernstein in 1974, The Journal of Portfolio Management (JPM) is the definitive source of thought-provoking analysis and practical techniques in institutional investing. It offers cutting-edge research on asset allocation, performance measurement, market trends, risk management, portfolio optimization, and more.
The Journal of Portfolio Management is a quarterly academic journal covering asset allocation, performance measurement, market trends, risk management, and portfolio optimization. The journal was established in 1974 by Peter L. Bernstein. The current editor-in …
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The official publication of the Swiss Financial Analysts Association, Financial Markets and Portfolio Management (FMPM), addresses all areas of finance, including financial markets, portfolio theory and wealth management, asset pricing, corporate finance, corporate governance, alternative investments, risk management, and regulation. The journal serves as a bridge between innovative research
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