Warren Buffett, Bill Gross, George Soros and Peter Lynch are some of the most well-known investors of our time, but there has been little empirical analysis to explain their performance. In this webinar, Jordan Brooks and Dan Villalon examine the track records of these “superstars” from a factor perspective to see if their investment philosophies — applied systematically — can help demystify their long-term alpha.
Jordan Brooks, Ph.D. Managing Director
Jordan is a senior researcher and portfolio manager in AQR’s Global Asset Allocation group, where he develops and oversees systematic fixed income, macro and tactical asset-allocation strategies.
Dan Villalon, CFA Managing Director
Dan is co-head of AQR’s U.S. Portfolio Solutions Group, where he oversees the development of research and custom client analyses ranging from portfolio construction to risk allocation to capturing alternative sources of returns.
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