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Barrons: Ron Baron says stocks will double in ten years. What’s so special about that?

A report co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in the article. According to Credit Suisse’s Global Investment Returns Yearbook 2018, “US stocks have returned 6.5…

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Financial Times: Long-term investing is simple – no matter what the ‘experts’ say

Study co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge, explores historical financial data, featured in the FT. The academics looked at how stocks performed from 1900 to 2016 and found the…

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The Economist: Why low returns are inevitable

The Global Investment Returns Yearbook for Credit Suisse co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management at Cambridge Judge, is featured in The Economist. The survey analysed data since 1900 and assesses the returns…

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Financial Times: Gold, violins and wine don’t cut it as a rival to stocks

The recently published Global Investment Returns Yearbook produced for Credit Suisse provides information on different stock and bond markets going back to 1900. The report co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management at…

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Professor Walter W. Powell, Stanford University: Don’t have too much faith in single rules and single organisations

At the Centre for Risk Studies' 4th Annual Meeting, leaders and decision makers from business, government, inter-governmental organisations, academia and NGOs explored the links between risk and strategy. Challenging the customary perception that risk is the threat of loss with…

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Michelle Tuveson, Centre for Risk Studies: The duality of risk

At the Centre for Risk Studies' 4th Annual Meeting, leaders and decision makers from business, government, inter-governmental organisations, academia and NGOs explored the links between risk and strategy. Challenging the customary perception that risk is the threat of loss with…

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Professor Daniel Ralph, Cambridge Judge Business School: Contingent business interruption happens offshore in the supply chain and is hard to predict

At the Centre for Risk Studies' 4th Annual Meeting, leaders and decision makers from business, government, inter-governmental organisations, academia and NGOs explored the links between risk and strategy. Challenging the customary perception that risk is the threat of loss with…

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Dr Louise Pryor, Centre for Risk Studies: Because models are simplifications they are bound to be wrong

At the Centre for Risk Studies' 4th Annual Meeting, leaders and decision makers from business, government, inter-governmental organisations, academia and NGOs explored the links between risk and strategy. Challenging the customary perception that risk is the threat of loss with…

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Professor Sam Savage, Stanford University: The arithmetic of uncertainty

At the Centre for Risk Studies' 4th Annual Meeting, leaders and decision makers from business, government, inter-governmental organisations, academia and NGOs explored the links between risk and strategy. Challenging the customary perception that risk is the threat of loss with…

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Simon Ruffle, Centre for Risk Studies: New cyber threats emerge every month

At the Centre for Risk Studies' 4th Annual Meeting, leaders and decision makers from business, government, inter-governmental organisations, academia and NGOs explored the links between risk and strategy. Challenging the customary perception that risk is the threat of loss with…

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