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"The phrases "finance textbook" and "page-turner" rarely occupy the same sentence or even the same paragraph, but Asset Management: A Systematic Approach to Factor Investing justifies that pairing of terms." William J. Bernstein, co-principal at Efficient Frontier Advisors Reviewed by CFA Institute"This splendid book lays out the important lessons that a new generation of finance research has learned about markets and investing, in a thoughtful and accessible way. Ang focuses on real issues for real players, and distills practical lessons about investment strategies and the investment process." John H. Cochrane, The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business"Andrew Ang's inspirational book presents new, important, and influential concepts on investment. He oozes enthusiasm for his subject, and generously shares his experience of putting cutting-edge ideas into practice." Elroy Dimson, London Business School and Cambridge Judge Business School"Every professional asset manager should read Ang's Asset Management, easily the most thoughtfully written, accessible, and carefully researched treatment of the topic. Each chapter is an expertly guided tour." Darrell Duffie, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University"Andrew Ang eloquently synthesizes current research on investing together with his own approach to asset management into a highly readable and authoritative book. It is simply the best new book on asset management that I have read - approachable by non-specialists and a treasure for managers and scholars already familiar with the topic. This book is an essential guide to one of the world's most important topics." William N. Goetzmann, Yale School of Management"It is no surprise that many of us have been using the unfinished chapters of Andrew Ang's Asset Management for teaching. For over 10 years, there has been glaring lacuna when it comes to textbooks for the teaching of investment finance. Andrew's book fills this void and is destined to become the standard text in investments at top graduate schools. It will also be a must-read for practitioners of investment finance." Campbell R. Harvey, Duke University Journal of Finance (2006-2012)"This book is a comprehensive, accessible, and adept exposition of the pivotal role played by factor exposures in markets and in portfolio design. Ang shows how these principles can be used to guide both individual investors as well as institutions, and financial practitioners now have a must read source for this critical material." Steve Ross, Sloan School, MIT"Andrew Ang has written the next comprehensive 'go to' book on asset management. He treats readers gently as he takes them through the potentially technical world of factor investing, and his generous use of 'real world' case studies gives a helpful intuitive dimension his explanations. All considered, this is a 'must read' book for all asset owners and managers who want to maintain their thought-leadership edge." Keith Ambachtsheer, Director Emeritus, International Centre for Pension Management, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto"The last time I was asked to comment on a book of this quality and applicability I threatened to harm the author for potentially putting me out of a job. I repeat the threat in this case." Cliff Asness, Founder, Managing Principal, and Chief Investment Officer, AQR Capital Management"As Andrew Ang knows, the best way to achieve good investment results is to get the portfolio structure right for each client and the key to that is systematic factor investing." Charles D. Ellis, author of Winning the Loser's Game"Despite its title, this is much more than a textbook on asset management. Andrew Ang writes in an engaging style that cites his extensive investment experience, without giving up any of the rigor that we would expect from such a prominent academic." Roger G. Ibbotson, Chairman of Zebra Capital Management and Professor in Practice Emeritus, Yale School of Management"Professor Ang is leading the factor investing revolution. Written with great clarity and authority, Asset Management is a true pleasure to read." Knut Norheim Kjaer, Founding CEO of Norges Bank Investment Management and Co-founding Partner of Trient Asset Management"Andrew's new book is a useful practitioner-oriented update of the developments in asset management in recent decades. For example, assets are seen as bundles of factors, the fundamental drivers which provide the 'nutrients' that drive returns. This framing is certainly helpful in understanding recent developments in the industry. Moreover, the cases which motivate each chapter very nicely tie together the theory and the practice." Bob Litterman, Chair of the Risk Committee at Kepos Capital, a hedge fund based in New York"With this book, Professor Ang provides a wonderful gift to all investors. He gently guides readers to a full understanding of the global body of knowledge underlying advanced portfolio management in an easy, assessable way-unencumbered by technical jargon. Read this book, put it on your bookshelf, it will be a treasured resource for years to come." Rodney Sullivan, Editor, Financial Analysts Journal, CFA Institute"

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Andrew Ang is the Ann F. Kaplan Professor of Business at Columbia Business School. He is a financial economist whose work centers on understanding the nature of risk and return in asset prices. His work spans bond markets, equities, asset management and portfolio allocation, and alternative investments. Prof. Ang has served as associate editor for several leading journals, and he has received grants from various government and industry organizations. He has consulted for several financial institutions, most often the Norwegian sovereign wealth fund. Prof. Ang received a Bachelor of Economics with First Class Honours from Macquarie University, Sydney, and a Masters of Statistics and PhD in Finance from Stanford University.

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good but too many typos 22. Oktober 2014
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Spent a weekend to crack it. Generally speaking, this book is fine. I like the fact it presents current research status of finance, though much of research is related to the author's work. On the other hand, this book has tons of typos, which must make you wondering if there are many errors in the content. The ideas presented in the book are simple and straightforward, however, they can be described in much more concise way through less than 10 math formulas. Basically, the fancy word of "factor investing" is to sort out sources of risks/factors and through a top-down framework to weigh if the investors are willing to collect the risk premiums by bearing a set of risks, i.e. possibilities of losses at bad times.
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good read 17. August 2014
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I have no doubts this is a great book BUT how much complexity do we need in life? How much brains did it take to call an EXAS say 10 years ago or call a company that was testing "minoxidil" say 20 + years or so ago? For me, Rick Ferri's Asset Allocation book and Dr. Bernstein's book are all the TYPICAL INVESTOR needs. Asset Management? First you need some assets to manage! Buy simple Vanguard Index funds, say 50% in Total Bond Market; 40% in Total US Stock or their 500 Index fund; 5% in each of Total International Index and their REIT and save yourself a headache reading all these high level though/but admittedly great asset allocation books!
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