Yale University Investments Office

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Swensen’s investment philosophy is based on five principles. They are equities outperform fixed income assets. According to him, not only do fixed income assets give lower returns but they are also affected by rising or highly fluctuating inflation. Exhibit 7 shows that for 2006, the returns for domestic as well as foreign equity were much higher that fixed income, which showed negative returns.

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Yale University Investments Office: August 20061. What do you think of Swensens overall investment philosophy? How has the strategy performed?Swensens investment philosophy is based on five principles. They are:1. Equities outperform fixed income assets. According to him, not only do fixed income assets give lower returns but they are also affected by rising or highly fluctuating inflation. Exhibit 7 shows that for 2006, the returns for domestic as well as foreign equity were much higher that fixed income, which showed negative returns. Also, Swensen has referred to actual cumulat

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