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Rex Sinquefield

Active vs. Passive Management

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by Rex Sinquefield
Sunday, October 1, 1995

Active management is the art of stock picking and market timing. Passive management refers to a buy-and-hold approach to money management. It can be applied to any asset class: big stocks, small stocks, value or growth, foreign or domestic can all be accessed by passive ...Read More

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  • A Work of Art: CRSP's Database

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    by Marilyn Kun — Wednesday, March 1, 1995

    In 1959, Louis Engel, a vice president at the firm then known as Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, telephoned James H. Lorie, '47 Ph.D., (then professor of business administration, now professor emeritus since 1991) and asked whether anyone knew how ...Read More

  • Coming Full Circle

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    by Marilyn Kun — Wednesday, March 1, 1995

    For Sinquefield, CRSP was a major factor in the decision to come to the GSB. "Basically, financial economics would still be in its nascent stages if it weren't for a database like CRSP," he says. "Academics simply wouldn't have been able to do the ...Read More

  • Darts and the Dow

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    by Ken Garner — Sunday, December 20, 1992

    How good are the experts? Not very, according to a short-term experiment for the ...Read More

  • Who Needs Experts?

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    by 20/20 — Friday, November 27, 1992

    The odds are you would be better picking stocks this way; throwing darts at the stock ...Read More