Gregg Fisher bridges the investing and research communities through active engagement with an international network of highly respected academicians and ongoing proprietary research. He is also the author of multiple financial academic research papers and remains a sought-after thought leader in investment strategy.

Quent Research Collaborative

Quent Research Collaborative

The Quent Research Collaborative engages an interdisciplinary team of faculty and students across business management, finance, data science, and economics at the University at Buffalo to conduct active research in collaboration with Quent Capital on themes such as: founder-led businesses, the rise of intangibles in small companies, natural language processing, and wage inequality. It is also the producer of the University at Buffalo School of Management’s Job Quality Index.

Led by Quent Capital academic partner and chair of the finance department at University at Buffalo School of Management, Cristian Tiu, the Collaborative is poised to take advantage of UB being the new home for Empire AI, Govenor Kathy Hochul’s proposed $400 million consortium that aims to put New York State at the forefront of the AI revolution.

Select Research

“Cross-sectional equity correlations and the value of active management.”

The Journal of Index Investing. Fisher, G., McDonald, M., & Kozlowski, S. (2020).

“Location Density, Systemic Risk, and Cap Rates: Evidence from REITS”

SSRN Publication. Steiner, E., Titman, S., Vaswanathan, A., & Fisher, G. (2020).

“Do growth expectations help explain characteristic-sorted portfolio returns?”

SSRN Publication. Fisher, G., Shah, R., & Titman, S. (2019).

“Factor Allocation and Asset Allocation.”

The Journal of Wealth Management. Fisher, G. & McDonald, M.(2018).

“The small country effect: What research says about whether small-country stocks generate bigger returns.”

Real Assets Adviser. 4(9). Fisher, G., Shah, R., & Titman, S. (2017).

“Should You Tilt Your Equity Portfolio to Smaller Countries?"

The Journal of Portfolio Management. Fisher, G., Shah, R., & Titman, S. (2017).

“REITs in the spotlight: More than ever, they are an effective way for individual investors to access global real estate.”

Real Assets Adviser. 3(11). Fisher, G. (2016).

“Combining Value and Momentum.”

Journal of Investment Management. Fisher, G., Shah, R., & Titman, S. (2016).

“Analyst Long-Term Growth Forecasts, Accounting Fundamentals and Stock Returns.”

SSRN Publication. Fisher, G., Shah, R., & Titman, S. (2016).

“Decomposing fundamental indexation.”

The Journal of Index Investing. 6(3), 10-19. Fisher, G., Shah, R., & Titman, S. (2015).

“Risk parity optimality.”

The Journal of Portfolio Management. 41(2), 42-56. Maymin, P., Maymin, Z., & Fisher, G. (2015).

“Mixed blessing: Building better growth portfolios.”

Institutional Investor. Fisher, G. (2015).

“Mutual Fund outperformance and growth.”

Journal of Investment Management. 12(2). Maymin, P., Maymin, Z., & Fisher, G. (2014).

“Chapter 15: Advising the Behavioral Investor: Lessons from the Real World.”

Fisher, G. (2014). Investor Behavior: The Psychology of Financial Planning and Investing. H. Kent Baker and Victor Ricciardi, ed., 265-283, Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014.

“Momentum’s hidden sensitivity to the starting day.”

Journal of Investing. 23(2). Maymin, P., Maymin, Z., & Fisher, G. (2013).

“Dividend investing: A value tilt in disguise?”

Journal of Financial Planning. Fisher, G. (2013).

“Wall Street’s Best Minds. Why bonds still make sense.”

Barron’s. Fisher, G. (2013).

“Send in the clones? Hedge fund replication using futures contracts.”

The Journal of Alternative Investments. 16(2). Bollen, N., & Fisher, G. (2012).

“Preventing emotional investing: An added value of an investment advisor.”

The Journal of Wealth Management. 13(4), 34-43. Maymin, P., & Fisher, G. (2011).

“Past performance is indicative of future beliefs.”

Risk and Decision Analysis. 2(3), 145-150. Maymin, P., & Fisher, G. (2010).

“Better the risk you know than the risk you can’t know.”

Institutional Investor. Fisher, G., & Tapiero, C. (2010).

“Behavioral finance from a practitioner’s viewpoint.”

Risk and Decision Analysis. 2(3), 127. Fisher, G. (2010).

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