News and Announcements

News and Announcements

Looking into a number of research papers, including "Currency Hedging Programs: The Long-Term Perspective" by Brandes Institute, this article discusses how over long periods of time, currency movements have netted out to close to zero.   Read More
Citing the Brandes Institute study “Value vs. Glamour: A Global Phenomenon,” this Markets & Money article highlights the importance of valuations to long-term investment returns.   Read More
Why are the long-term odds not in favor of market timing? Wim Antoons, member of the Brandes Institute's External Advisory Board - Europe, shares his key findings.   Read More
The Brandes Institute is pleased to announce a call for entries for the 2017 Charles Brandes Prize, which aims to highlight new ideas and enhance the conversation on value investing. “At Brandes Investment Partners, we strongly believe in promoting critical conversations about diverse aspects of investing. We are excited to once again launch this program,” says Bob Schmidt, Manager of the Brandes Institute.    Read More
Some of America’s best known investors love value stocks, according to a U.S. News and World Report.   Read More
The Brandes Institute earlier this month hosted a number of today’s top value investing practitioners in New York City for a series of events including a lively discussion on the benefits of value investing and the characteristics of solid value-based opportunities today.   Read More
Brandes Investment Partners today announced the launch of the third Brandes Scholarship Program (BSP), which will award five scholarships of $4,000 each to U.S. students who can demonstrate knowledge and insight into their investing personalities and risk tolerance.   Read More
Tim Doyle, Fixed-Income Portfolio Manager at Brandes Investment Partners, comments on the often overlooked risks of increasingly popular unconstrained bond funds: extra complexity, credit risk and lack of transparency.   Read More
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Active managers, even the best performing ones, suffered periods of weak returns.   Read More