Money Management

Incorporating Free Cash Flow Yield in Dividend Analysis

Published by: S&P Dow Jones Indices

Dividends are a key contributor to total equity returns. This paper studies whether incorporating free cash flow yield into dividend analysis can deliver superior risk adjusted returns than pure dividend yield or free cash flow yield portfolios, without sacrificing income.

Climate change: redefining the risks using Carbon VaR

Published by: Schroders

We’re concerned that investors are focused more on urging action than developing risk management solutions. With nearly 20% of corporate earnings potentially depleting to meet carbon price targets, we introduce Carbon VaR as a new tool to manage climate risks.

The Science of Superior Service research

Published by: Wells Fargo Asset Management

Gain insight into what plan sponsors really want Our Science of Superior Service research reveals what sponsors want and what you’re delivering may be light years apart. Access research now

The Merits and Methods of Multi-Factor Investing

Published by: S&P Dow Jones Indices

With a wealth of smart beta indices to choose from, market participants may find it difficult to decide when each factor-based strategy is best suited to deliver returns. Is it wise to rely solely on the performance of one factor? If not, what multi-factor approaches could be considered and how effective are they?

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