Harvard Study Validates Low Beta Stocks as an Investment Strategy

Harvard Study Validates Low Beta Stocks as an Investment Strategy
News from Albany Times Union:

Princeton Ivy Capital Advisors’ CEO Indira Amladi MS MBA CFA cautions the industry regarding Low Beta portfolios that are structured with High Beta stocks complemented with Gold as a hedge

New York (PRWEB) July 13, 2012

Princeton Ivy Capital Advisors’ CEO Indira Amladi MS MBA CFA cautions the industry regarding Low Beta portfolios that are structured with High Beta stocks complemented with Gold as a hedge, noting that High Beta stocks and Gold are both speculative ways of lowering beta. Although Gold is being used as a hedge for inflation and beta, its macroeconomic speculative nature increases the risk of portfolios. This is also consistent with Warren Buffet’s published view on gold (Source: Forbes May 9th 2012).

Princeton Ivy Capital Advisors
Princeton Ivy Capital Advisors (PICA) employs the state-of- the-art proprietary, Low Beta Legacy (LBL) Strategy which consists of Low Beta companies that score high on Long Term Corporate Governance. P…………… continues on Albany Times Union

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Why Data Centers Are Becoming Strategic Service Hubs
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Cloud computing is fundamentally changing the way users and enterprise use IT; most of us already know that. But what hasn’t been discussed too often is how advancing on-demand software and services supplied via the Web are changing the identities of data centers.

Investment in data centers and related infrastructures by large enterprises is becoming integrated into wider strategies that include additional service layers and customized functionality beyond traditional network services, U.K.-based telecom market researcher Ovum reported.

The independent analyst firm said that data centers are becoming “strategic service hubs” for new enterprise IT and communications services.

Different Companies, Different Use Cases

Each carrier uses a slightly different approach, based on the individual carrier’s capital available, service portfolio and inclination to partner up with other companies, Ovum said.

Nearly all global telcos are consolidating their data centers within their home regions typically and also expanding into new regions with a single major data center location, Ovum Principal Analyst Mike Sapien said. This includes increasing their investment into fewer premium data centres globally and upgrading the facilities that…………… continues on eWeek

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