Wednesday 18 May 11:00 - 12:00 GREEN
The financial world is constantly changing, the instruments are changing and the investment styles are changing, but there is one thing that doesn’t seem to change: the Efficient Market Hypothesis.
A theory that has been able to explain the financial markets in its entirety has not yet been found, but does not mean that we should give up looking for the investment style that guarantees us the best chance of success.
Everyone agrees that asset allocation is the most important piece in the process, but opinions differ as to which is the best way to do it.
Is it better to take a static approach in the old fashioned way or is it better to seek a dynamic approach following trends? Or, even more, is it better to follow an adaptive approach following the new Adaptive Market Theory of Andrew Lo (MIT)?
This is going to be the focus of Giorgio Carlino's speech.
Giorgio will show us the pros and cons of each approach to give us the possibility to understand which one fits better to our situation as investors.
Specifically, we will finally be able to find some answers to the important questions many investors ask themselves, I will be, though, explained in a simple language, within everyone's reach, so that it can be understood by an audience of non-professional investors.
To find out the answers you just have to visit us on Wednesday, May 18 at 11 am in the Green room.
We remind you to show up at the entrance to the room at least ten minutes before the start of the event, so as not to lose your reserved seat. Otherwise the place will not be guaranteed.
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