We think average 10-year returns present a fair picture of investment skill. But how to measure risk? The Sharpe ratio compares long-term returns with short-term volatility (standard deviation of monthly returns); we see the standard deviation of our 10-year returns as a better measure. Rich Pzena and Bill Lipsey provide a deep value perspective on risk and return.
Recording Date: July 8, 2020
This podcast discusses the applicability of past performance, risk metrics and valuation methodologies when assessing the performance of an Investment Manager. The views that are stated on these subjects are the views of Pzena Investment Management and investors/potential investors should seek their own independent advice before considering investing in a related product.
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