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Bloomberg: Keynes was right. About buying property, at least

Real estate investment is riskier than it looks, says the latest research co-authored by Dr David Chambers, Invesco Reader in Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School.  The study of four Cambridge and Oxford Colleges shows that long-term property investment is…

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Not as rosy

Study of four Cambridge and Oxford Colleges co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School shows that long-term property investment is less profitable than previously thought. Dr David Chambers. Property is said to be such a sound investment that it has spawned…

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Business Insider: Seven stocks to buy to get the most out of more stimulus

A study on investment co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Dr David Chambers and Dr Charikleia Kaffe of Cambridge Judge Business School is quoted in the article. “In every country for which there is a continuous time series of price and…

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Fund management

Diversity in the asset management industry improves perspective and decision making, Hanneke Smits, CEO of BNY Mellon Investment Management, says in a Cambridge Judge Business School interview. The investment management sector needs to broaden its recruitment intake and ensure that…

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Hanneke Smits talking about diversity and fund management.

Quartz: What Dr. Martens’ IPO journey says about London’s financial future

Dr David Chambers, Invesco Reader in Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on post-Second World War economic growth in the UK and elsewhere in Europe. “European economies in general, including industry, had a boom period after World War II,”…

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The Economist: Property investment: some hard truths

A study by Dr David Chambers, Invesco Reader in Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, that looks at property investment returns, is featured in The Economist article. (subs) Read the full article [economist.com]…

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Over the horizon

University endowments use their long-term perspective to invest countercyclically at times of stock-market crisis, says new study at the Centre for Endowment Asset Management at Cambridge Judge Business School. While many retail investors may want to take a long-term perspective,…

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Horizon view of the city of Cambridge.

MarketWatch: Opinion: Ivy League colleges shun Warren Buffett’s advice

A study co-authored by Dr David Chambers, Professor Elroy Dimson and PhD Charikleia Kaffe at Cambridge Judge Business School, featured in MarketWatch article. The study looked at “America’s top 12 long-term university endowments, including all the Ivy Leagues plus a…

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WE Wealth: Famous collections: Keynes and the art of investing

A study co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson and Dr David Chambers of Cambridge Judge Business School is featured in the article. The study shows John Maynard Keynes made ‘extraordinary’ returns as a collector of Picasso, Matisse and other modern masters,…

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The Economist: Lessons from the endowment model

A study on America's large endowment funds co-authored by Elroy Dimson, David Chambers and Charikleia Kaffe at Cambridge Judge Business School, featured in The Economist. The study examined the behaviour of US endowments in 12 major universities: “They have been…

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