• Investors in People - Sir Dave Brailsford, Outperformance Roadshow

    Sir Dave Brailsford MBA, CBE is the coach who led the British cycling team to victory in two Olympics and produced two British winners of the Tour De France within four years. This video shows a breakdown of his session at the Investors in People Outperformance Roadshow in London on the 18th of March, 2015. Hear him reveal his methods and theories to achieving Outperformance, from his CORE principles, to his theory of marginal gains.

    published: 30 Mar 2015
  • Sustainable Investing: What you didn't know could make you money. | Karina Funk | TEDxWilmington

    Using numerous examples, this talk makes the point that sustainable investing could make you money. Karina Funk, CFA has extensive environmentally-oriented investment experience spanning early-stage ventures to debt and public equities. She was previously an equity research analyst for Winslow Management Co, a principal at Charles River Ventures, and an investment manager at the Massachusetts Renewable Energy Trust. Karina is the founding mentor and judge of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Ignite Clean Energy Business Plan Competition. She its on Investor Advisory Board of Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center, and she is a fellow of the International Women's Forum Leadership Foundation. Karina holds degrees from Ecole Polytechnique, MIT andPurdue University. This t...

    published: 24 Dec 2015
  • Investors in People Philippines Performance Model

    published: 24 Mar 2017
  • Investors Board Performance Review (Full Episode)

    HOST: TK Kerstetter GUESTS: (1) Michael Garland, Assistant Comptroller, New York City Comptroller's Office (2) Sean Quinn, Head of U.S. Research, Institutional Shareholder Services (3) Ken Bertsch, Executive Director, Council of Institutional Investors If you are a company or board member of a public company, the guests on this first Investor Board Performance Review webshow are worth paying attention to. Some boards might occasionally feel like these organizations just look for ways to bully companies into changing governance and corporate structures, yet these institutional investors and proxy advisors are responsible for investing or influencing the voting of over $5 trillion shares. Is their analysis of board performance rational? You decide as Inside America’s Boardrooms host TK ...

    published: 08 Jun 2016
  • How can real estate impact the business performance for investors?

    Despina Katsikakis, an industry-leading expert on the future of work and the impact of the workplace on business performance has joined Cushman & Wakefield as Head of Occupier Business Performance. Find out more about Despina and hear her views on how occupiers and landlords should respond as the nature of work changes by watching these short videos.

    published: 05 Sep 2017
  • Top Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Property Investors

    In this episode of the podcast I made my point on a few very important aspects that you should take care of when considering to purchase a property investment. This is about making sure that you do your numbers right, and essentially that you calculate your rental yield as well as you ROI. Not sure how to work these out? Very easy, let's start with the Gross Rental Yield, which certainly is the most immediate and useful tool to assess a deal on-the-go. You should gather and have an estimate of the assumed monthly rent, this would have to be multiplied by 12 months, the result will simply be your annual rental income. Then, you will be dividing it by the purchase value and multiplying again by 100 in order to have a percent value. Done? Anything higher than 6% is certainly worth looking...

    published: 12 Mar 2017
  • Performance Chasing & Bad Timing: When Investors Fail

    Subscribe to this channel: http://www.youtube.com/OpalesqueTV Founded in 2007, Lake Geneva Investment Partners (LGIP) is a FINMA registered asset manager in Geneva, managing $650m with a systematic investment approach. With 12 investment professionals, the company manages two funds (a fixed income absolute return UCITS and a multi-strategy trading/arbitrage hedge fund), and also offers tailor made solutions for larger accounts. Co-Founder Steve Markovitz has 26 years of experience in software engineering, analysis and trading. He spent most of his career in New York, working with companies such as Bankers Trust, Deutsche Bank and Millennium Partners where he managed in excess of $1bn in several arbitrage strategies. In this Opalesque.TV BACKSTAGE video, Steve explains how performance cha...

    published: 16 Nov 2015
  • Investors Performance Group

    Swing by and learn lots about Real Estate Investing, mortgages, insurance, and many other amazing subjects. Contact us for more information! First time is free!

    published: 17 Mar 2017
  • Two powerful strategies direct investors can use today

    ASX Investment video: Julia Lee shares two easy to use strategies that have delivered major out-performance over the past few years.

    published: 02 Jun 2016
  • Investors Board Performance Review (Highlights)

    HOST: TK Kerstetter GUESTS: (1) Michael Garland, Assistant Comptroller, New York City Comptroller's Office (2) Sean Quinn, Head of U.S. Research, Institutional Shareholder Services (3) Ken Bertsch, Executive Director, Council of Institutional Investors If you are a company or board member of a public company, the guests on this first Investor Board Performance Review webshow are worth paying attention to. Some boards might occasionally feel like these organizations just look for ways to bully companies into changing governance and corporate structures, yet these institutional investors and proxy advisors are responsible for investing or influencing the voting of over $5 trillion shares. Is their analysis of board performance rational? You decide as Inside America’s Boardrooms host TK ...

    published: 08 Jun 2016
  • Performance-Based Fees and Moral Hazard: Aligning the Interests of Investors and Managers

    In an ideal world, the financial interests of asset managers would be perfectly aligned with those of their investors via optimal incentive contracts. In the real world, this is often not the case. It is worthwhile investigating how to improve the current situation. In the theory of delegated management the optimal incentive fee is often linear, under stringent assumptions. In practice we see that a lot of the incentive contracts are convex rather than linear, with option characteristics. This typically introduces moral hazard on the side of the manager. This article examines a number of fee contracts in practice. We propose several improvements on the standard convex fee contracts to better align them with the interests of investors. The key is to make actual fee arrangements more linear....

    published: 27 Sep 2011
  • Investors Performance Group March Meeting

    March saw some excellent speakers out at our monthly meeting. We put together a little trailer of what you can expect if you join us next month! Speakers: 1. Guy Bouchard- Investor with Top Down Investments 2. Beni Bennett- Home Inspector with Northwood Home Inspections 3. Ralph Case- President of the Real Estate Action Group 4. Cameron Manning- Realtor/Investor with the Kelly Fry Team To Join us for our next meeting, find us on meetup.com https://www.meetup.com/Investors-Performance-Group/events/239140650/ www.kellyfryteam.com facebook.com/kellyfryteam twitter.com/kellyfryteam instagram.com/kellyfryteam

    published: 16 Apr 2017
  • pearls update | pacl today updates | sebi | investors | Investor's performance

    Please watch: "3 JAN 2018 - PACL's VERY VERY GOOD NEWS - PACL REFUND START" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ia7As29RG0 --~-- पूरा वीडियो देख कर ही समझ आएगा , Seeing the whole video will understand

    published: 21 May 2017
  • How can active managers offer greater value to investors?

    It’s more important than ever for asset managers to understand their clients’ needs precisely before offering solutions. Allianz Global Investors is focused is solving our clients’ top problems by being more active, focusing more on non-financial ESG factors and making greater use of performance fees.

    published: 18 Apr 2018
  • Top 7 Mistakes Mutual Funds Investors make | Avoid to get best from MFs

    Top 7 Mistakes Mutual Funds Investors make: 1. Driven out by past performance Past performance is an important criterion to select mutual fund. But depend on short term return will be extremely danger. Because in short term any one can earn money. In long range that MF may be disappoint us because return will change every quarter. So, what is the future of this mutual fund this question must be asked by the investor. Only Past performance will not drive you through out. 2. Negligence in asset allocation Some investor make this mistake on their own or due to their financial advisor or sales executive who explain them funds. We should not be too much aggressive in investing or too much conservative in investing. Because we are not seeing it with our goal and its time horizon. 3. Buying mu...

    published: 25 Nov 2017
  • Individual Investors Part 4 Chasing Performance

    The behavior of individual investors

    published: 17 Jun 2016
  • How Should Investors Evaluate Portfolio Performance?

    Paradigm founder Bill Strand urges investors not to simply rely on standard indexes to evaluate portfolio performance. It's important to know individual financial goals and use those goals when measuring results.

    published: 30 Sep 2015
  • G3 Investors Performance

    G3 Investors Performance History

    published: 14 Aug 2013
  • Investors Performance Group April Meeting

    As usual we had some amazing speakers last month and here's a little sneak peek of what you'll get to see if you decide to come by one of our meetings. 1. Deal Pitches 2. Guest Speaker- Property Appraiser - Laura Livenspire 3. Guest Speaker - Furnished Rentals - Derek Peever of Super Suites. 4. Market Update - Cameron Manning 5. Hot Deals - Cameron Manning Remember guest come for the first time free! If you are bringing a guest please email Tanya with "IPG Guest" in the subject line to investorsperformancegroup@gmail.com to let us know. If you would like to pitch one of your deals, please email "Deal Pitch" in your subject to Cameron at investorsperformancegroup@gmail.com Please sign up Meetup.com. See link in tickets. Don't forget to check out our video from our last meetings on...

    published: 16 May 2017
  • Investors performance more than 100% in 2015

    This video is a part of an educational webinar. Some investors showing their performance and share their approach to investing.

    published: 20 May 2015
  • Highlights: Investors Board Performance Review

    Host: TK Kerstetter Co-host: Paula Loop, Leader, PwC's Governance Insights Center Throughout 2016, we hosted three sessions of our Investors Board Performance Review at the Nasdaq MarketSite, where major investors, proxy advisors, and activists gathered to express their feedback on board performance. What are boards doing well? Where can they improve? Now it’s time for us to connect the dots. Paula Loop (Leader of PwC’s Governance Insights Center) joins us for this special highlights episode, where we recap the responses from our nine renown panelists representing BlackRock, Vanguard, CalSTRS, Glass Lewis, ISS, Trian Partners, NYC Pension Funds, Council for Institutional Investors, and Spotlight Advisors. Across all three sessions, investors shared their expectations for shareholder e...

    published: 11 Jan 2017
  • Transcend Introduces Pay-For-Performance Fee Structure To Investors

    https://transcend.ca/get-started/ Pay-for-Performance™ is a philosophy whereby the funds you have access to by using Transcend Direct have a very low fee that covers the base costs of administering a family of funds. When these funds do not perform better than the stock market, the fees are very similar to traditional ETFs. When these funds do better than the market as measured against their benchmark, a performance fee is charged that is equal to 20% of the performance of the fund above that of the market.

    published: 03 Nov 2016
  • The Impact of a Given Political Environment on Investors' Performance

    Behavioral finance seems to lead the way. It’s important to not let your political biases influence your decision - you can be sure that Warren Buffet is not making investment decisions based upon his political views. If you would like to schedule a free assessment with one of our CFP® professionals, click here: https://purefinancial.com/lp/free-assessment/ Make sure to subscribe to our channel for more helpful tips and stay tuned for the next episode of “Your Money, Your Wealth.” Channels & show times: yourmoneyyourwealth.com https://purefinancial.com IMPORTANT DISCLOSURES: • Investment Advisory and Financial Planning Services are offered through Pure Financial Advisors, Inc. A Registered Investment Advisor. • Pure Financial Advisors Inc. does not offer tax or legal advice. Consult ...

    published: 28 Jul 2016
  • The VC Report Card Assessing the Performance of Investors in MENA

    Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/8D5P/

    published: 23 Jun 2017
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Investors in People - Sir Dave Brailsford, Outperformance Roadshow
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Investors in People - Sir Dave Brailsford, Outperformance Roadshow

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Sir Dave Brailsford MBA, CBE is the coach who led the British cycling team to victory in two Olympics and produced two British winners of the Tour De France within four years. This video shows a breakdown of his session at the Investors in People Outperformance Roadshow in London on the 18th of March, 2015. Hear him reveal his methods and theories to achieving Outperformance, from his CORE principles, to his theory of marginal gains.
https://wn.com/Investors_In_People_Sir_Dave_Brailsford,_Outperformance_Roadshow
Sustainable Investing: What you didn't know could make you money. | Karina Funk | TEDxWilmington
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Sustainable Investing: What you didn't know could make you money. | Karina Funk | TEDxWilmington

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Using numerous examples, this talk makes the point that sustainable investing could make you money. Karina Funk, CFA has extensive environmentally-oriented investment experience spanning early-stage ventures to debt and public equities. She was previously an equity research analyst for Winslow Management Co, a principal at Charles River Ventures, and an investment manager at the Massachusetts Renewable Energy Trust. Karina is the founding mentor and judge of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Ignite Clean Energy Business Plan Competition. She its on Investor Advisory Board of Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center, and she is a fellow of the International Women's Forum Leadership Foundation. Karina holds degrees from Ecole Polytechnique, MIT andPurdue University. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Investors in People Philippines Performance Model
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Investors in People Philippines Performance Model

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Investors Board Performance Review (Full Episode)
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Investors Board Performance Review (Full Episode)

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HOST: TK Kerstetter GUESTS: (1) Michael Garland, Assistant Comptroller, New York City Comptroller's Office (2) Sean Quinn, Head of U.S. Research, Institutional Shareholder Services (3) Ken Bertsch, Executive Director, Council of Institutional Investors If you are a company or board member of a public company, the guests on this first Investor Board Performance Review webshow are worth paying attention to. Some boards might occasionally feel like these organizations just look for ways to bully companies into changing governance and corporate structures, yet these institutional investors and proxy advisors are responsible for investing or influencing the voting of over $5 trillion shares. Is their analysis of board performance rational? You decide as Inside America’s Boardrooms host TK Kerstetter asks Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS), the Council of Institutional Investors, and the New York City Pension Funds what they feel boards are doing well and what they still need to improve on. The first episode of the series is a must watch for every board member, corporate secretary, and investor relations officer.
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How can real estate impact the business performance for investors?
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How can real estate impact the business performance for investors?

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Despina Katsikakis, an industry-leading expert on the future of work and the impact of the workplace on business performance has joined Cushman & Wakefield as Head of Occupier Business Performance. Find out more about Despina and hear her views on how occupiers and landlords should respond as the nature of work changes by watching these short videos.
https://wn.com/How_Can_Real_Estate_Impact_The_Business_Performance_For_Investors
Top Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Property Investors
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Top Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Property Investors

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In this episode of the podcast I made my point on a few very important aspects that you should take care of when considering to purchase a property investment. This is about making sure that you do your numbers right, and essentially that you calculate your rental yield as well as you ROI. Not sure how to work these out? Very easy, let's start with the Gross Rental Yield, which certainly is the most immediate and useful tool to assess a deal on-the-go. You should gather and have an estimate of the assumed monthly rent, this would have to be multiplied by 12 months, the result will simply be your annual rental income. Then, you will be dividing it by the purchase value and multiplying again by 100 in order to have a percent value. Done? Anything higher than 6% is certainly worth looking at, unless you invest in London and are looking for capital appreciation. I know what you are thinking now, what about our costs? Sure, lets put them into account. The way you work this out is very similar, you will get an indicator which I call Wider Gross Rental Yield. Again, you should gather an estimate of the achievable monthly rent, this would have to be multiplied by 12 months to have your annual rental income. Then, you will be dividing it by the purchase value plus all other costs involved in it, as an example they can be: solicitors' fees, maintenance costs, managing agents costs, leasehold extensions costs, refurbishment, etc. Quite intuitively, the number you will get will have to be multiplied by 100 in order to have a percent value. Easy? Yep! So, in the previous two examples you got an idea of how to calculate your income through a property investment. Let's have a look at calculate your profit. The first option is to go through the Net Rental Yield. On this one, let's make a practical example, I think is far easier to understand. If you buy a property for £100.000, let's say you've achieved an income of £10.000 per year (y). Finally, you have to consider around £5.000 per year (z), so you net yield (R) will be equivalent to 5%. You really calculate the standard profit formula, income minus costs. This number, will be divided by the purchase cost to give a percent figure. Finally, king of the indicators, you want to know your ROI, the return on your investment. Let's s stick with the same numbers used above, you buy at £100.000, you get £5.000 profit (x), you get a net rental yield worth 5%. At this stage we add the amount of capital you've invested into the deal, let's assume £20.000 (y), and therefore have financed the difference through a mortgage. Here is the trick, to get a final percent figure which will indicate how good the return is you will divide £5.000, your profit, by £20.000, the amount of capital you invested. DO YOU WANT TO HEAR MORE STUFF LIKE THIS? Please subscribe to the Podcast and refer to a friend, I would really be grateful Link: http://thepropertybasics.com/top-key-performance-indicators-for-property-investors/
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Performance Chasing & Bad Timing: When Investors Fail
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Performance Chasing & Bad Timing: When Investors Fail

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Subscribe to this channel: http://www.youtube.com/OpalesqueTV Founded in 2007, Lake Geneva Investment Partners (LGIP) is a FINMA registered asset manager in Geneva, managing $650m with a systematic investment approach. With 12 investment professionals, the company manages two funds (a fixed income absolute return UCITS and a multi-strategy trading/arbitrage hedge fund), and also offers tailor made solutions for larger accounts. Co-Founder Steve Markovitz has 26 years of experience in software engineering, analysis and trading. He spent most of his career in New York, working with companies such as Bankers Trust, Deutsche Bank and Millennium Partners where he managed in excess of $1bn in several arbitrage strategies. In this Opalesque.TV BACKSTAGE video, Steve explains how performance chasing leads to “crowding” and eventually to “explosive unwinding”. He also mentions a case study that demonstrated how most investors fail to make money because of bad timing. The average investor “decides to buy with his intellect, but sells with his gut” when volatility gets too high. The result of those two factors is that many investors aren't making any money, even if they invest with the best managers. The Answer: Target volatility LGIP's funds offer an interesting proposition as they are managed with a strict target volatility approach. Both funds have outperformed their respective benchmarks by significant margins. The flagship hedge fund has a track record since 2008 and a correlation to MSCI World of only 0.2 or lower. LGIP's investment strategy returns have no dependence on overall market direction and are characterized as quantitatively driven “but not systematic”. Hear Steve also talk about: How experience at Millennium Partners shaped his investment approach Why trades are initiated only when there is a measurable statistical advantage The Power of Multi-Strategy “Proud moments” of LGIP: Positive returns in 2008 (6%) and August 2015 Outlook: Confident about future returns as markets revert to normality from suppressed volatility levels LGIP only trades liquid markets and instruments and provides full transparency, daily reporting, and no gates or lock-ups. Steve also points out that the gains LGIP reports are not mark-to-market profits but almost exclusively realized actual gains. Negative surprises can result when portfolio valuation depends on the subjective pricing & modeling of illiquid or OTC securities. Steven Markovitz has 26 years of experience in software engineering, analysis and trading. He spent most of his career in New York, working with companies such as Knight Ridder, Bankers Trust, Deutsche Bank and Millennium Partners. At Millennium, a New York based hedge fund, he managed in excess of $1bn in several arbitrage strategies. Steve is head of research for Lake Geneva Investment Partners SA. and holds a B.A. in chemistry and an MBA from Columbia University.
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Investors Performance Group
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Investors Performance Group

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Swing by and learn lots about Real Estate Investing, mortgages, insurance, and many other amazing subjects. Contact us for more information! First time is free!
https://wn.com/Investors_Performance_Group
Two powerful strategies direct investors can use today
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Two powerful strategies direct investors can use today

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ASX Investment video: Julia Lee shares two easy to use strategies that have delivered major out-performance over the past few years.
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Investors Board Performance Review (Highlights)
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Investors Board Performance Review (Highlights)

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HOST: TK Kerstetter GUESTS: (1) Michael Garland, Assistant Comptroller, New York City Comptroller's Office (2) Sean Quinn, Head of U.S. Research, Institutional Shareholder Services (3) Ken Bertsch, Executive Director, Council of Institutional Investors If you are a company or board member of a public company, the guests on this first Investor Board Performance Review webshow are worth paying attention to. Some boards might occasionally feel like these organizations just look for ways to bully companies into changing governance and corporate structures, yet these institutional investors and proxy advisors are responsible for investing or influencing the voting of over $5 trillion shares. Is their analysis of board performance rational? You decide as Inside America’s Boardrooms host TK Kerstetter asks Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS), the Council of Institutional Investors, and the New York City Pension Funds what they feel boards are doing well and what they still need to improve on. The first episode of the series is a must watch for every board member, corporate secretary, and investor relations officer.
https://wn.com/Investors_Board_Performance_Review_(Highlights)
Performance-Based Fees and Moral Hazard: Aligning the Interests of Investors and Managers
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Performance-Based Fees and Moral Hazard: Aligning the Interests of Investors and Managers

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  • Updated: 27 Sep 2011
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In an ideal world, the financial interests of asset managers would be perfectly aligned with those of their investors via optimal incentive contracts. In the real world, this is often not the case. It is worthwhile investigating how to improve the current situation. In the theory of delegated management the optimal incentive fee is often linear, under stringent assumptions. In practice we see that a lot of the incentive contracts are convex rather than linear, with option characteristics. This typically introduces moral hazard on the side of the manager. This article examines a number of fee contracts in practice. We propose several improvements on the standard convex fee contracts to better align them with the interests of investors. The key is to make actual fee arrangements more linear.
https://wn.com/Performance_Based_Fees_And_Moral_Hazard_Aligning_The_Interests_Of_Investors_And_Managers
Investors Performance Group March Meeting
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Investors Performance Group March Meeting

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March saw some excellent speakers out at our monthly meeting. We put together a little trailer of what you can expect if you join us next month! Speakers: 1. Guy Bouchard- Investor with Top Down Investments 2. Beni Bennett- Home Inspector with Northwood Home Inspections 3. Ralph Case- President of the Real Estate Action Group 4. Cameron Manning- Realtor/Investor with the Kelly Fry Team To Join us for our next meeting, find us on meetup.com https://www.meetup.com/Investors-Performance-Group/events/239140650/ www.kellyfryteam.com facebook.com/kellyfryteam twitter.com/kellyfryteam instagram.com/kellyfryteam
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pearls update  | pacl today updates | sebi | investors | Investor's performance
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pearls update | pacl today updates | sebi | investors | Investor's performance

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  • Updated: 21 May 2017
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Please watch: "3 JAN 2018 - PACL's VERY VERY GOOD NEWS - PACL REFUND START" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ia7As29RG0 --~-- पूरा वीडियो देख कर ही समझ आएगा , Seeing the whole video will understand
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How can active managers offer greater value to investors?
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How can active managers offer greater value to investors?

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It’s more important than ever for asset managers to understand their clients’ needs precisely before offering solutions. Allianz Global Investors is focused is solving our clients’ top problems by being more active, focusing more on non-financial ESG factors and making greater use of performance fees.
https://wn.com/How_Can_Active_Managers_Offer_Greater_Value_To_Investors
Top 7 Mistakes Mutual Funds Investors make | Avoid to get best from MFs
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Top 7 Mistakes Mutual Funds Investors make | Avoid to get best from MFs

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Top 7 Mistakes Mutual Funds Investors make: 1. Driven out by past performance Past performance is an important criterion to select mutual fund. But depend on short term return will be extremely danger. Because in short term any one can earn money. In long range that MF may be disappoint us because return will change every quarter. So, what is the future of this mutual fund this question must be asked by the investor. Only Past performance will not drive you through out. 2. Negligence in asset allocation Some investor make this mistake on their own or due to their financial advisor or sales executive who explain them funds. We should not be too much aggressive in investing or too much conservative in investing. Because we are not seeing it with our goal and its time horizon. 3. Buying mutual funds because of low NAVs Instead of past performance one must look beyond short term period. NAV is arrived at by dividing the total value of the securities held by a fund with total number of units issued to its investors. The NAV of a fund will depend on how far the prices of the fund's underlying assets have increased. So, a relatively new fund will always have low NAV while older funds will have higher NAV. Similarly, the NAV of a well-performing fund will always be higher than an average or a poor performing fund issued on the same date. 4. Unrealistic expectation from MFs Especially, first time investor make this mistake. They start beivieng that this is the only tool to be rich. They enter into MFs in bull phase, and they might earn handsome return in that phase, but MF is for more than 3-5 years tool. So, each year MFs is not capable to give those kind of return which has been given in Bull phase. 5. Depends on Balanced fund for dividend Balanced funds offers periodic dividends, monthly, quarterly, yearly. Investor with dual objective of earning some money and return in their investment have that dilemma. However investing too much aggressively is a bad habit only for dividend. And it will impact on your return too. 6. Investing in too many funds Some investors adopt this strategy for diversification. But, MFs is already diversified product which give you stability with sectors and market cap. Investing in so many funds will make hard to track the performance of MFs and might it may not earn returns that a limited MFs can earn. 7. Not classify with goals SIP is made for goal based investing with proper time horizon. If we use this tool with discipline than it will be a best instrument otherwise we cannot earn much money if we are not regular with SIP. Disclaimer: This video has published only for information purpose. It should not be taken as an advisory or tips. Viewers / Readers advised to take suggestion from their financial expert before making any investment in any financial instruments. 🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸🌱🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸🌱🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸🌱🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸 🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸🌱🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸🌱🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸🌱🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸 Subscribe to Multibaggers Point & Press the Bell icon. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SUPPORTING ME. Hope you enjoy this video. So, that’s it from this video. Stay invested for long, Happy Investing. Hope to see you in my next video. Mail me if you have any query: multibaggers.point@gmail.com Support, Share and Subscribe. 🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸🌱🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸🌱🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸🌱🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸 🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸🌱🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸🌱🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸🌱🌸🌱🌻🌸🌱🌹🌻🌸
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Individual Investors Part 4 Chasing Performance
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Individual Investors Part 4 Chasing Performance

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The behavior of individual investors
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How Should Investors Evaluate Portfolio Performance?
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How Should Investors Evaluate Portfolio Performance?

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Paradigm founder Bill Strand urges investors not to simply rely on standard indexes to evaluate portfolio performance. It's important to know individual financial goals and use those goals when measuring results.
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G3 Investors Performance
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G3 Investors Performance

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  • Updated: 14 Aug 2013
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G3 Investors Performance History
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Investors Performance Group April Meeting
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Investors Performance Group April Meeting

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  • Updated: 16 May 2017
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As usual we had some amazing speakers last month and here's a little sneak peek of what you'll get to see if you decide to come by one of our meetings. 1. Deal Pitches 2. Guest Speaker- Property Appraiser - Laura Livenspire 3. Guest Speaker - Furnished Rentals - Derek Peever of Super Suites. 4. Market Update - Cameron Manning 5. Hot Deals - Cameron Manning Remember guest come for the first time free! If you are bringing a guest please email Tanya with "IPG Guest" in the subject line to investorsperformancegroup@gmail.com to let us know. If you would like to pitch one of your deals, please email "Deal Pitch" in your subject to Cameron at investorsperformancegroup@gmail.com Please sign up Meetup.com. See link in tickets. Don't forget to check out our video from our last meetings on our YouTube Channel https://youtu.be/RdgTaq4OXLg
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Investors performance more than 100% in 2015
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Investors performance more than 100% in 2015

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This video is a part of an educational webinar. Some investors showing their performance and share their approach to investing.
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Highlights: Investors Board Performance Review
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Highlights: Investors Board Performance Review

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  • Updated: 11 Jan 2017
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Host: TK Kerstetter Co-host: Paula Loop, Leader, PwC's Governance Insights Center Throughout 2016, we hosted three sessions of our Investors Board Performance Review at the Nasdaq MarketSite, where major investors, proxy advisors, and activists gathered to express their feedback on board performance. What are boards doing well? Where can they improve? Now it’s time for us to connect the dots. Paula Loop (Leader of PwC’s Governance Insights Center) joins us for this special highlights episode, where we recap the responses from our nine renown panelists representing BlackRock, Vanguard, CalSTRS, Glass Lewis, ISS, Trian Partners, NYC Pension Funds, Council for Institutional Investors, and Spotlight Advisors. Across all three sessions, investors shared their expectations for shareholder engagement—what’s a good strategy and what isn’t? When asked about areas for improvement, our panelists were relatively aligned on what they believe is the key issue heading into 2017. No, their main worry wasn’t executive compensation or cyber risk… Tune in to discover what keeps your shareholders up at night. We guarantee that this highlights episodes will be one of the most valuable resources for board members in 2017. Where else can you get fireside insights from the world’s leading investors, proxy advisors, and shareholder activists? Enjoy!
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Transcend Introduces Pay-For-Performance Fee Structure To Investors
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Transcend Introduces Pay-For-Performance Fee Structure To Investors

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https://transcend.ca/get-started/ Pay-for-Performance™ is a philosophy whereby the funds you have access to by using Transcend Direct have a very low fee that covers the base costs of administering a family of funds. When these funds do not perform better than the stock market, the fees are very similar to traditional ETFs. When these funds do better than the market as measured against their benchmark, a performance fee is charged that is equal to 20% of the performance of the fund above that of the market.
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The Impact of a Given Political Environment on Investors' Performance
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The Impact of a Given Political Environment on Investors' Performance

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Behavioral finance seems to lead the way. It’s important to not let your political biases influence your decision - you can be sure that Warren Buffet is not making investment decisions based upon his political views. If you would like to schedule a free assessment with one of our CFP® professionals, click here: https://purefinancial.com/lp/free-assessment/ Make sure to subscribe to our channel for more helpful tips and stay tuned for the next episode of “Your Money, Your Wealth.” Channels & show times: yourmoneyyourwealth.com https://purefinancial.com IMPORTANT DISCLOSURES: • Investment Advisory and Financial Planning Services are offered through Pure Financial Advisors, Inc. A Registered Investment Advisor. • Pure Financial Advisors Inc. does not offer tax or legal advice. Consult with their tax advisor or attorney regarding specific situations. • Opinions expressed are subject to change without notice and are not intended as investment advice or to predict future performance. • Investing involves risk including the potential loss of principal. No investment strategy can guarantee a profit or protect against loss in periods of declining values. • All information is believed to be from reliable sources; however, we make no representation as to its completeness or accuracy. • Intended for educational purposes only and are not intended as individualized advice or a guarantee that you will achieve a desired result. Before implementing any strategies discussed you should consult your tax and financial advisors.
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The VC Report Card  Assessing the Performance of Investors in MENA
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The VC Report Card Assessing the Performance of Investors in MENA

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  • Updated: 23 Jun 2017
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Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/8D5P/
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