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The financial system we bequeath is unstable, un-trusted and built on inappropriate theory with mis-aligned incentives.

Understanding PETS - Political, Environmental, Technological/Scientific, Social - factors is relevant, if not crucial, to us as citizens. But to what extent are they relevant or important to investing?

Investors often face unknown and even unknowable states of the world. How should we make investment decisions under ignorance?

Formal reports redolent with data and analysis fail to communicate risks as people actually feel them. Reports need to be replaced by rapports, by engaged conversations.

As investment professionals, we live investing every day. We spend excessive time reporting and not enough 'rapporting.'

There's some evidence that some managers can add (relatively) consistent value net of costs. Can we (or anyone) identify them?

Are the human and organisational barriers to being better investors insurmountable, or can we learn and improve our decision-making?

Recorded exclusively for PortfolioConstruction Forum, Prof. Jack Gray explains why lifecycle investing concepts needs adaptation for Australia.

Three insights from philosophy are helpful in times of financial and economic crisis and can result in improved decision-making...

Reading is a basic tool of serious investing - but only if done in an engaged and critical way. Here is an exercise in critical reading.

Different (and difficult) times call for different approaches to portfolio construction - in this thought piece, Prof Jack Gray shares his views on tHiNkInG oUtSiDe ThE bOx about building portfolios...

Is gold a good means of diversification? Is it a hedge against inflation and currency depreciation? Or is the last decade an anomaly?