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Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management

Investing over the long-term

This area explores traditional investment themes like asset allocation, governance, risk and return, but with a research focus on how these relate to investors with a long investment horizon.

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Alternative assets over the long term

This area explores the long-term performance and behaviour of alternative asset classes like real estate and commodities as well as collectable assets like art, wine and coins.

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Financial history

This covers 18th century 'structured finance' and currency speculation in the Middle Ages, to stock market performance in the 20th and 21st centuries as well as an overview of Economist and investor John Maynard Keynes.

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Responsible investing

Our academic research in this area develops understanding and knowledge of how ESG factors influence investment decision-making, portfolio construction and company performance.

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Reports & publications

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News & insight

Money Week: Momentum investing: what it is, why it works and what to buy

Momentum investing, an investment style that developed 20-25 years ago, is still a valid approach. A report co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, …

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The Wall Street Journal: A decade later, US stocks behave like Lehman never happened

A report that looks at investment returns is mentioned in the article. The report, written for Credit Suisse and co-authored by Professor …

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Business Day: Tracker funds can also foster responsible investment practices

A research paper co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge, is …

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