Modest and humble.
1. Institutional money managers are grappling with a grim investing outlook, sending them on a hunt for the next big idea decades after the late David Swensen triggered a revolution when he arrived at Yale’s endowment in 1985. It is a pressing problem. Asset allocators like Swensen — who steer big institutional pools of money like pension plans, endowm…
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