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Advanced Trading

2012 Quant Gold Book – Douglas D. Dixon (’12)

Advisor Perspectives

Jack Bogle: The triumph of the index fund (’12)

AiCIO

Low-volatility investing (’11)

AIMR Exchange

Survival of the fittest firm begins with client (’01)

Associated Press

Better manufacturing, jobs news send. . . (’11)
Stocks fall again as Bernanke offers. . . (’11)
Big drop: Was it all a mistake? (’10)
Stocks drop as Bernanke warns of. . . (’10)

Barron’s

Dow tumbles 5% in volatile week (’08)
The large cost of small-caps (’06)
For hedge funds, is the party over? (’05)
Quantify this (’03)
Something for everyone, good and bad (’00)
Shifty fifty (’99)
Indexers trounce active managers. . . (’99)
Hedge bet (’98)
By the numbers (’98)
Risky business? (’98)
Watery stock (’98)
Changing places (’97)
The market ends the week modestly up. . . (’97)
High earnings, low inflation and middle. . . (’97)
The larger view of small caps (’95)
A future for midcap? (’91)

Bloomberg Markets

Inside Goldman's hedge fund (’07)
Hedge fund hotshots (’07)
Empire builder (’06)

Bloomberg Wealth Manager

The 10-year lesson (’05)

Business 2.0

What really needs fixing in the mutual. . . (’04)
Steady stocks for a scary market (’02)

Business Week

Smart signals from insiders (’09)
Hedging bets in Harrisburg (’06)
What's the best way to hang on? (’00)
Dangerous liaisons (’94)
A red-tag special at mercantile stores? (’94)
Time for market timers to get some respect? (’94)
What to do about the Dow (’93)
Proof that patience is a virtue when. . . (’92)

Buyside

Highly disciplined "quants" (’99)

CBS.MarketWatch.com

Being Ted Aronson (’04)
Laziest winning portfolio of 2003 (’04)

CFA Magazine

Hard stance on soft dollars (’04)

Chicago Tribune

Detached analysis draws a crowd (’02)

Dow Jones Asset Management

Alarming efficiency (’99)

Financial Advisor Magazine

Bodies in motion (’10)

Financial Planning

Value Line paradox (’05)

Financial Times

When to sell your borrowed stock. . . (’07)
Leverage is key to hedge fund bubble (’04)
Small company shares rise on Wall Street (’97)

Financial Times Mandate

Aronson lays down four-pillar policy (’02)
San Bernardino shake-up costs JPMorgan. . .(’02)
Philadelphia stays local with Aronson (’01)

Fortune

Where do I put my money now? (’11)
The incredible shrinking bull (’08)
Why companies fail (’02)

fortune.com

A word of caution to investors: don't be. . . (’14)
Dividend stocks: buyer beware (’12)

Global Investment

Cost analysis hits its mark (’03)

Global Investor

High flyers (’06)
Cleaning up the industry (’05)
Awards for investment excellence 2004 (’04)

Grant’s Interest Rate Observer

Threat or blessing? (’10)
Times like these (’99)

Institutional Investor

Equity Manager of the Year nominees (’08)
Addition by subtraction (’07)
Alpha bets (’02)
The buy side wakes up (’02)
David Leinweber's 'big iron' (’99)
Hedge fund? Who me? (’98)
Independents' day (’96)
An investment TIP for foundations (’94)
Why quants need stock pickers (’93)
The other side of zero (’92)
More-profitable trading (’91)

Investment News

Fund manager warns about accounting. . . (’06)
Softer, gentler version of hedge fund to. . . (’05)
High costs of small-caps hurt returns (’04)
Homing in on fund fees that fly under the. . . (’04)
With fund fees, the devil is in the details (’03)
Performance fees: What are they good for? (’02)
Size really does count with funds (’02)
Rising hidden costs put bite on returns (’00)
A twist on do-it-yourself trading. . . (’99)
Tripping the light schedastic — Opinion (’98)
Oh, behave! Style's the rage (’98)

MarketWatch.com

What hedge fund managers know about. . . (’11)
Grit and bear it (’09)
Fund industry needs some 'New Rules' (’05)

Money

Why acting bearish is a dumb move (’08)
How losing less can cost you more (’05)
What now, Dow? (’99)
False profits (’99)
Confessions of a fund pro (’99)
No dumping (’99)

Morningstar

When quant funds failed (’10)

Mutual Funds

Secrets of indexing (’01)
Quant works (’98)

New York Post

Going north (’08)

New York Times

Citigroup's chief rebuffed on pay by. . .(’12)
From reticence to joining the revolt (’12)
Waiting for a new blueprint from Bank. . . (’11)
Buffett to invest $5 billion in shaky. . . (’11)
The quants are reeling (’10)
Dow falls 1,000, then rebounds, shaking. . . (’10)
The ease of index funds: no ins and outs. . . (’07)
Fortune's fools: Why the rich go broke (’06)
Know a fund's cost? Look deeper (’03)
During 2000, the bursting bubble did not. . . (’00)
A company worth more than Spain? (’99)
1968 Redux: New issues are hot, value. . . (’99)
Bargain-hunters drive stocks back up (’98)
Behind blue chips, small stocks chip. . . (’98)
Playing with the house's money (’98)
Not alpha or omega: risk, small caps and. . . (’98)
A new trading system may bring a shift. . . (’98)
Bull market's glitter may be blinding. . . (’97)
Are big stocks really best? (’97)
A small-stock edge, devoured (’95)

Newsday

A very private moment (’06)
Beware the quiet bear (’05)
An icon, ready for a takeover (’04)
Want a piece of me? Got $100K? (’04)
Bush's depressing economy (’03)
Don’t blame it all on Steve Case (’02)
Some sparklers amid the gloom (’02)
A blissful dream, a rude awakening (’01)
Riding the techno bull (’99)

Newsweek

A very private moment (’06)
Beware the quiet bear (’05)
An icon, ready for a takeover (’04)
Want a piece of me? Got $100K? (’04)
Bush's depressing economy (’03)
Don’t blame it all on Steve Case (’02)
Some sparklers amid the gloom (’02)
A blissful dream, a rude awakening (’01)
Riding the techno bull (’99)

Pensions & Investments

Funds look for risk proection without. . . (’13)
Investors adapting portfolios to volatile. . . (’13)
Biggs remembered as Wall Street 'dean' (’12)
Managers ignore business-level risk (’10)
Money managers reflect on past turmoil. . . (’09)
A giant loss for investment world (’09)
JPMorgan flies to top of 130/30 asset. . . (’08)
Fees in flux for 130/30 strategies (’07)
130/30 assets surge 77% (’07)
Investors remember that 'surreal' day (’07)
A season of slaughter for quant shops (’07)
130/30 strategy payday (’07)
130/30s pull in $30 billion (’07)
Breaking the chains (’06)
Quant shop taps Citigroup veteran to. . . (’06)
Patience is the reward in the NYSE merger (’05)
Are bigger trades better? (’04)
Firm challenges conventional wisdom. . . (’04)
Some silver linings in a gloomy, overcast. . . (’02)
Quants discovering small-cap value is. . . (’02)
Building a better database, by and for. . . (’02)
Nicholas-Applegate researchers dispute. . . (’02)
Bonds in lead, but equity isn’t all bad news (’01)
What the performance data explain (’01)
Warning: Danger hidden in those hedges (’01)
Doing away with the fractions leads to. . . (’01)
Market-neutral strategies are back. . . (’00)
Looking for liquidity? Try trading on. . . (’00)
Some pension plans surpass firm's value (’00)
Sneak peek at '99 resolutions (’98)
25 to watch (’98)
Soft-dollar mandate missing (’98)
Guidance on soft dollars is approved (’98)
Soft-dollar trading is more expensive. . . (’98)
Managers like soft-dollar proposals (’98)
Good, bad news on soft dollars (’97)
Stock brokerage gets a 'quant' look (’97)
Market neutral did just what it should (’97)
Equities bring a dilemma (’97)
Stock prices in decimals now closer (’97)
Soft-dollars exam given by the SEC (’96)
A 2,000 year forging of risk concepts (’96)
Dole portfolio prudent, diversified (’96)
Large stocks not immune to big market. . . (’95)
Public funds begin to focus on trading costs (’94)
Nasdaq innocent, but no angel (’94)
Alternative trading exceed goals (’94)
BARRA demystifies black-box investing (’94)

Philadelphia Business Journal

Local finance exec is a hot stock picker (’01)

Philadelphia Inquirer

In volatile times, investors seek earnings (’09)
States, towns cheer muni plan (’09)
Stock market's surge defies logic. . . (’08)
Economists, experts skeptical of bailout (’08)
Dow Chemical buys 'jewel' Rohm & Haas (’08)
Rendell's optimism on turnkpike has. . . (’08)
Disappointing global quarter (’06)
Keeping it in the family (’06)
Bargain-hunting by computer (’06)
Shedding its secrecy (’05)
Mutual fund battle (’04)
That tough job: Managing money (’04)
Pension's daredevil strategy hits huge (’04)
Tech-bubble anxiety (’03)
Still trying to teach Wall St. (’03)
Stocks rocked again; Dow falls 234 (’02)
Technology and health care allow for. . . (’00)
Value investing gives no short-term prizes (’99)
Stock-pickers find their job is a no-brainer (’97)
Hedging helps manage risk — and not just. . . (’96)
Did Wall Street ignore D.C.? (’95)
U.S. history buffs are taking stock (’95)
Dow plunges 63.33; has the party ended? (’94)
The “wrap-fee” account: worth what it costs? (’93)
Get used to low interest rates (’93)

PlanSponsor

Under valued (’11)
Value judgments (’09)
Growth pangs (’06)
Value judgments (’05)
Soft-dollar brokers don’t always. . . (’99)
Pension sponsors react slowly to SEC. . . (’94)

Smart Money

Value vindicated (’01)

TheStreet.com

The world's most honest money manager. . . (’03)

Time

Bidding their brokers goodbye (’91)

Traders Magazine

Managing the Russell recon (’05)
Managing the Russell recon (’05)
The rise and fall of soft dollars? (’04)
Principal package trading (’03)

Trading & Technology

CooperNeff's bid for 'blind' business (’00)

Wall Street & Technology

Making connections (’04)
Compensating the quants (’93)
Can chaos set the market straight? (’92)
From stamps to stocks (’92)

Wall Street Journal

The dumb money is bailing on U.S. stocks ('18)
Patience is a virtue for the value investor ('18)
Emerging markets are on a tear, but trend carefully ('17)
Stock pickers’ day yet to dawn ('17)
It's time for fees to decline ('17)
Why your 401(k) is not safe at home ('16)
The bubble's lesson: don't get taken for a bath ('15)
The trouble with hot stocks ('14)
The decline and fall of fund managers (’14)
A new world for investors (’14)
Huge returns at low risk? Not so fast (’14)
Stocks: Are you nervous yet? (’14)
Don't get dazzled by glittering growth (’14)
Beware of 'bargain' stocks (’13)
Stocks or bonds? The pros say. . . (’12)
Safe at home? Not in a 401(k) (’11)
Forget about black swans, the one. . . (’11)
A simple recipe for investors: Less can. . . (’10)
Time to take stock of recent market rallies (’10)
Tech companies won, investors lost (’10)
Wall Street's clearance sale leaves few. . . (’09)
What history tells us about the market (’08)
Refining stocks still have plenty of fuel. . . (’07)
Outside fund managers deliver mixed. . . (’06)
Small stocks enjoy 'January effect' (’06)
Crash test: does a housing bust hurt. . . (’05)
What stock investors need: first, trust in. . . (’02)
Risky business — As security worries. . . (’01)
As stocks fall, resist call of the bears (’01)
Pros win a round, but results are nothing. . . (’01)
Value or growth? Don't play favorites (’01)
How Nasdaq's mighty have fallen (’01)
41 ways to accentuate the positive (’01)
Our man sticks his neck out — slightly (’01)
Valuations are still reaching for the skies. . . (’01)
Darts get smart, picking tech and. . . (’00)
Analyst discovers order in the chaos of. . . (’99)
When bad things happen to big firms (’99)
Market mass times velocity = momentum (’99)
What's next? Getting patents for cold calls? (’98)
Bull market in stocks is trampling. . . (’98)
Investors may be in tech and not know it (’97)
'Mini' futures may not be for everyone (’97)
Manager 'supermarket' takes on funds (’96)
Nicked at night (’96)
Investors face choice of indexes to. . . (’95)
Holiday season can bring payoff to. . . (’95)
Big dividends seen as shield against. . . (’94)
Grudge match (’94)
Per-share net gets murkier. . . (’93)
Hidden costs can put the squeeze. . . (’93)
When a hot fund manager's success. . . (’92)

Washington Post

Taking stock of pension funds and the trouble. . . ('15)
Don’t get caught up in Googlemania (’04)
Rushing back into stocks may be bad idea (’02)

Welling@Weeden

Volatility signal? (’08)
Looking for value (’02)

Worth

Bonds away! (’96)
Sweet and sour (’96)
Advocate (’94)

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