For the second consecutive year, the Ivy League endowment funds on average have underperformed a 60/40 portfolio of U.S. domestic stocks and bonds, despite being investors in alternative investments.
The stats were compiled by Markov Processes International (MPI), which found that the average return for fiscal year 2020 was 6.3% vs. 8.8% for the 60/40 traditional stock and bond mix. The results also showed significant dispersion among the eight-member Ivy League schools -- even wider than last year’s figures.
Leading the way was Brown University with gains of 12 . . .
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