Thought Leadership Gems From July
This selection of Top Papers not only contains some of the highest-quality downloaded papers during July, but some thought leadership gems which the Savvy Content team believes should attract a wider audience. The research could give investors coming to the Savvy platform a crucial information edge. The topics covered range from geopolitics and central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) to crypto assets, sustainability, and hedge funds' performance.
This remarkable and ambitious paper lays out the new world order investors should prepare for in the 21st century, with detailed descriptions of the disruptions that lie ahead.
The concept of a circular economy is relatively new. How does a circular business model look like and what are its potential benefits and drawbacks?
For compliance reasons, this paper is only accessible in certain geographies
Central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) are becoming a reality sooner than most market participants have forecast. Invesco maps out the latest developments and the implications.
This paper looks at the volatility of the asset class, as well as key regulatory considerations. It also analyses various strategies for crypto investing.
The fashion industry is going through significant changes as the global economy is shifting towards a greener future. Long-term investors ought to pay close attention.
A well-rounded report on the global asset management industry, looking in detail at key dynamics that will shape its future.
The co-chairman of Oaktree Capital Management, Howard Marks, explains his investment philosophy, views on risk and where he currently sees opportunities.
M&A activity around the world has remain robust despite much turmoil so far this year. Company fundamentals seem strong, driving deal volume.
The tendency of stocks to deliver their returns when the stock market is closed is a new phenomenon. How can investors explain this apparent anomaly?
After years of easy monetary policy, asset prices have become dependent on a continuous flow of liquidity. Central banks turning hawkish is not a good sign, however.
Hedge fund performance is notoriously difficult to measure. The authors do an excellent job at demonstrating the wide discrepancy in the performance data.