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140 Years of Antitrust: Are Brandeisian Pro-Competition and Anti-Monopoly Sentiments Coming Back Into the Political Discourse?

The first installment in a four-part series about the history of antitrust language in American political discourse: politicians from the Right and the Left are trying to bring back focus to the role of antitrust, bigness and concentration in the U.S. economy. A close analysis of the language in both parties’ platforms over the past 140 years by ProMarket may suggest that it’s long overdue.  

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How Rich are the Parents of Your Money Manager, and What Does it Tell You About his Alpha?

In the last few decades, numerous studies in financial literature have been devoted to the question of “alpha”—that is, the ability of money managers to beat market returns. The main finding is that most asset managers fail to beat the market, and high active management fees are the main culprit. Yet, many investors still choose to give their money to active money managers in the hope that they will beat the market. Researchers at the University of Michigan and the University of New South Wales used a novel dataset to come up with another possible criterion for managers who have […]

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