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Modern Investment Management: An Equilibrium Approach
Investment Banking Joshua Rosenbaum. An Equilibrium Littegman outlinesthe modern investment theory used by the Quantitative ResourcesGroup at Goldman Sachs Asset Management to achieve strong, consistent investment returns. An Equilibrium Approach, BobLitterman and his colleagues at Goldman Sachs Invdstment Managementprovide the reader with a gentle introduction to modern financialtheory and a survey of their own monumental contributions to theoryand practice.
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