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Billionaire Howard Marks Thinks the Future of Investing Contains ..
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Billionaire Howard Marks Thinks the Future of Investing Contains ...
Bloomberg
In a 17-page memo Monday, the co-chairman of investment firm Oaktree Capital Group LLC analyzed the effects of three industry trends: the increased use of passive, quantitative and artificial intelligence strategies in investing
On the first, Marks ...





Beware the 'perpetual-motion machine' driving this market, warns ..
- MarketWatch


Beware the 'perpetual-motion machine' driving this market, warns ...
MarketWatch
ETFs — those increasingly popular funds that track indexes — have provided a big boost to large-cap stocks and made them overpriced, Marks writes in his latest memo
“Like the tech stocks in 2000, this seeming perpetual-motion machine is unlikely to ...





Billionaire Howard Marks: Computers won't put the best human ..
- CNBC


CNBC

Billionaire Howard Marks: Computers won't put the best human ...
CNBC
Howard Marks believes top investors can still thrive even as trading machines become more active in the financial markets
"Computers can do an unmatched job dealing with the things that can be counted: things that are quantitative and objective
But ...





Computer-driven investing: who needs people? - Irish Times


Irish Times

Computer-driven investing: who needs people?
Irish Times
The trend towards computer-driven investing can only go so far, says Howard Marks, who expects that “humans with superior insight” will continue to outperform markets in the coming years and decades
Still, ordinary investors should note that Marks is ...





Howard Marks Is Back And He Wants To Talk To You About ETFs ..
- Seeking Alpha


Howard Marks Is Back And He Wants To Talk To You About ETFs ...
Seeking Alpha
As regular readers are acutely aware, I'm fond of Howard Marks and his critiques of passive investing and ETFs
This week, Marks was out with a new memo that looks at what he calls a "reduced role for people" in markets
This is, frankly, one of the ...





Quants Don't Scare Howard Marks - Institutional Investor


Institutional Investor

Quants Don't Scare Howard Marks
Institutional Investor
Oaktree Capital Management's Howard Marks thinks passive investing depends on active investors to work properly
And he thinks the trend isn't going anywhere, according to his latest client memo, released late Monday
The large shift to passive ...

Human and Robot Investors Aren't So DifferentBloomberg

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Oaktree Capital's Howard Marks explains why AI can't replace ..
- Economic Times


Economic Times

Oaktree Capital's Howard Marks explains why AI can't replace ...
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: At a time when a number of jobs have come under the threat from artificial intelligence (AI), American investor and writer Howard Marks has said that human intervention can't be removed completely in the investing world despite emerging ...
AI: OakTree's Howard Marks bats for human fund managersLivemint
Marks Says Quant Investing Is a `Fringe Activity' at This PointBloomberg

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Howard Marks: 'I Doubt Computers Can Do What the Very Best ..
- Wall Street Journal (blog)


Wall Street Journal (blog)

Howard Marks: 'I Doubt Computers Can Do What the Very Best ...
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Billionaire investor Howard Marks expects passive investing will become even more popular in the future, but not without at least some active managers continuing to thrive
In a 17-page memo entitled “Investing Without People,” Mr
Marks, the co ...





Howard Marks Looks Ahead to Markets With Reduced Role of People - BloombergQuint


BloombergQuint

Howard Marks Looks Ahead to Markets With Reduced Role of People
BloombergQuint
On the first, Marks, 72, sees money continuing to flow into index products including exchange-traded funds
That has benefits such as reduced fees, trading costs and errors for investors, but a few active managers will outperform and remain in demand, ...





New Howard Marks memo: Investing without people - Livewire Markets


Livewire Markets

New Howard Marks memo: Investing without people
Livewire Markets
It's been nearly six months since Marks' last memo
In the absence of any major shift in global markets, he has taken the opportunity to discuss a more 'big picture' issue – the removal of human beings from the investment process
This comes in three ...





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