Parala Macro and Markets White Paper: Includes a discussion of the Dow Jones Parala Macro-Allocation Indexes
Published by : Parala Capital
The latest whitepaper from Parala Capital illustrates the link between macro and markets and lays out the foundations of the Parala model. The paper was written by Professor Russ Wermers who is one of the co-founders of Parala.
Published:21 January 2013
Business Area: Europe
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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