Jon Horton

Redesigning the architecture of investment

The market upheaval of recent years suggests we need to start thinking differently about how we invest.

Endowment model a worthy strategy

The creation of wealth brings its own set of challenges, not least of which is determining the right investment strategy.

Investors must adapt to the ‘new normal’

There is a ‘new normal’ that besets the global economy, challenging the traditional approach to wealth creation and affecting us all.

Funds managers to learn a new formula

Investment theory, which has been at the foundation of strategies used by Australia’s superannuation and funds management industries, has been upended in new research.

ASIC ban on short selling makes no sense

Australia’s ban on short selling financial stocks defies logic and the proof is readily available.

Where to now for hedge fund industry?

Investing in 2009 will be counterintuitive – something that does not happen in the way you would expect it to.

Time’s right for hedge funds rebound

TO borrow from Samuel Langhorne Clemens - better known by his pen name, Mark Twain - rumours of the death of hedge funds are wildly exaggerated.