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Jul 1, 2021

Making Innovation Accessible

Explore strategies and practices for identifying, selecting, and delivering innovation and disruptive technologies with Main Management’s Kim D. Arthur, IDX’s Ben McMillan, Kensington Asset Management’s Bruce P. DeLaurentis, and 3D/L Capital Management’s Benjamin M. Lavine. Watch the full event https://on.spdji.com/harnessing-disruptive-innovation-with-indices-event-2021

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Jun 30, 2021

Spotting Disruptive Technology in Sectors and Industries

John van Moyland, Global Head of S&P Kensho Indices at S&P DJI, joins Matthew Bartolini of State Street Global Advisors to examine how a new generation of indices, powered by AI and designed to track exponential innovation systematically, is helping advisors access the companies driving the Fourth Industrial Revolution.  

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Jun 24, 2021

Why Disruptive Innovation Matters to Advisors

Ric Edelman, Founder of RIA Digital Assets Council, explores the new economy, its potential sources of growth, and the importance of “future proofing” client strategies.

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Nov 30, 2020

Moonshots: Catching Lightning in a Bottle?

We introduced the S&P Kensho Moonshots Index (the Moonshots index) and its constituent next-generation innovators in our previous blog. An express intent of the index is to identify innovative companies early in their gestation, when the opportunities for rapid growth may be higher. In this blog, we examine how effective the index is at capturing…

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Nov 12, 2020

Measuring Innovation: Essential Insights in an Era of Disruption to the Global Economy

Introducing the S&P Kensho Moonshots Index – Next-Generation Innovators Innovation risk ranks as one of the most significant existential threats faced by companies today. The Fourth Industrial Revolution, and the attendant widespread disruption to the global economy, has significantly amplified an already established trend: accelerating change and the ever-decreasing lifespans of companies, or what the…

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Jul 9, 2020

A Conundrum in a Different Key

Volatility, dispersion, and correlation are elements of what we’ve elsewhere characterized as The Active Manager’s Conundrum. Active managers should prefer: Low volatility, which is typically associated with higher returns High dispersion, which means a larger payoff for correct stock selections High correlation, which reduces the opportunity cost of a concentrated portfolio The conundrum arises because…

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