Unique to CFA L3, the asset manager code of conduct is a short reading that always gets tested. This post and study material covers how AMC comes up on the CFA exam.
Adding international investments can provide both return enhancement and diversification benefits, but these benefits are not without challenges. This post breaks down the advantages and costs of international investing as they will be tested on the CFA L3 exam.
If asset allocation is all about determining the amount you invest in each asset class then it’s probably important to know what makes up an asset class. After all, before you can determine which assets to invest in it’s often necessary to specify what the overall universe of different classes actually consists of.
A break down of portfolio rebalancing strategies including calendar and portfolio percentage rebalancing as well as buy and hold, constant mix, and CPPI and how they perform in different types of markets.
On L3 you are likely to be asked to compare the risk tolerance of life insurance vs. non-life insurance companies. This post breaks down everything you need to know.