Journal of Indexes: Managing the total market
3rd Quarter 2003
by Journal of Indexes Staff
by Julia BonafedeLook into the index fund managers' recipe book as the author unveils the secrets behind replicating the performance of the total market.
by Mark Anson, Ph.D., CFA, CPA, Esq.The author provides an illuminating overview of the elusive hedge fund asset class and all of the new indexes that attempt to track it.
by Jim WiandtIndexing legend Burton Malkiel discusses the tide of index products that has flooded the market, and makes the case for common sense.
by Peter Clapman, Esq.Holding corporate management accountable is good indexing, according to the author. TIAA-CREF's activism stategies are discussed.
by Randall Kroszner, Ph.D.Financial reporting scandals brought U.S. corporate governance into focus - tough new federal initiatives aim to prevent future crises.
by John BogleMr. Bogle goes to Washington. The column includes excerpts from his recent testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives.
by Brad ZiglerThe implosion of the technology sector has brought some welcome relief to sports fans. The Curmudgeon on keeping the faith.