Published by : Invesco
Chaos describes a state of non-normalness and nonlinearity in complex systems - one that is characterised by surprises. If we look at the movement of financial market prices, we can see clear evidence that it exhibits chaotic characteristics. However, complex systems - like financial markets - do not feel perpetually chaotic.
The Invesco Global Targeted Returns (GTR) team share their insights on:
- How coping with chaos can potentially add value to your portfolio
- The impact of behavioural biases on financial markets
- The GTR team's approach to chaos within multi asset investing
- Whether there is value embedded in option strategies that could help to deliver returns and how we determine the most effective implementation route.
Published:22 August 2017
Business Area: Funded Schemes
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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