Posted by Todd Shriber at 3:48PM on December 2nd
The market’s two-day performance may indicate a rebirth of risk appetite as investors are running to once again embrace one of 2010’s top-performing asset classes: Emerging markets ETFs. After a couple of weeks of sluggish trade in late November, emerging…
Posted by Owen Vater at 10:29AM on November 15th
Harvard Management Company, the group responsible for oversight of the richest U.S. college endowment, manages a diverse global portfolio that reaches across a variety of asset classes including stocks, bonds, and real estate, as well as alternative investments like private…
Posted by Max Magee at 9:00AM on August 20th
Though the Harvard Endowment includes major investments in alternative assets like real estate, investors can get a sense of Harvard’s strategy by looking at its U.S.-listed, equity holdings. These have tended to be quite diversified and biased internationally thanks to…
Harvard Trims Stakes, but Still Heavy on International ETFs (GS, FXI, EEM, EWZ, EWY, EWW, EZA, INP, RSX, MIL, TRA, BJS, XTO)
Posted by Max Magee at 8:39AM on May 21st
After a harrowing period for University endowments, more evidence recently emerged about how Harvard, the mostly closely watched of them all, got caught up in the market downturn.
According to reports from the Boston Globe last month, the Harvard endowment was among…
Posted by Max Magee at 8:19AM on February 16th
After a harrowing period for University endowments, Harvard, the mostly closely watched of all, has recently been party to some good news.
Bloomberg reported this month that the value of its U.S. securities jumped by 26% in Q4 2009 based on data…
Posted by Max Magee at 9:59AM on November 19th
Though the market downturn was devastating for the Harvard endowment, 2009’s extend rally has kept the more dire forecasts from being realized.
According to Bloomberg, the value of Harvard’s investments fell by -27.3% in the year ended June 30, not as…
Posted by Max Magee at 9:31AM on August 20th
With the Harvard endowment still reeling from a calamitous 2008, the school’s money managers were buying stocks and ETFs in Q2.
According to Bloomberg, Harvard’s endowment fell an estimated -30% in the year ending June 30. The fund was likely hurt…
Posted by Max Magee at 9:50AM on May 14th
With the Harvard endowment still reeling from a calamitous 2008, the school’s money managers made a number of moves in Q1 with a bias towards emerging markets.
The market massacre of 2008 had wide-ranging implications. The carnage on both Wall Street…
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