Modern Tactical Asset Allocation

CFA Institute Conference Proceedings Quarterly
December 2006 | Vol. 23 | No. 4 | 10 pages
Source: CFA Institute
Harindra de Silva, CFA

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Summary

In the past five years, tactical asset allocation (TAA) has experienced a renaissance after its fall from grace in the 1990s. This rebirth is the result of an expansion of TAA beyond domestic market factors to include global market factors and cross-sectional security characteristics. Implementation today is most frequently accomplished through a separate management structure in lieu of the overlay structure that was commonly used in the early days of TAA. The result has been a vast reduction in the operational complexities and performance measurement challenges that plague users of the overlay structure.

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