Fixing Active Management: Why Value Investing Works (or At Least Has Worked)
|申込期間||2017年10月06日（金） 00時00分～ 2017年10月31日（火） 10時00分|
|対象者||CFA Society of Japan Members / Candidate Members / CFA Candidates / All others|
|定員||We will stop accepting applications once all the places are taken.|
|パネラー・講師||Mr. Dan diBartolomeo (President, Northfield Information Services, Inc.)|
|主催||CFA Society Japan|
One of the most widely accepted concepts in modern equity investing is that “value oriented” active strategies tend to outperform other active strategies. We will argue that this apparent anomaly does not arise because value strategies are innately superior. The way in which equity valuation methods are used has been oversimplified to the point of being consistently and materially biased. We will focus on four aspects of traditional equity valuation methods that are the key sources of the bias. Proper consideration of these issues is highly explanatory of the purported value anomaly through history.