MPI solutions and research are frequently featured in a number of financial and investment media outlets.

Markov: Waddell & Reed Not Main Culprit In Flash Crash

Barron’s features MPI’s quantitative analysis on Waddell & Reed’s Asset Strategy Fund and commentary on its relation to the “Flash Crash”. View the MPI research blog for our findings.

The Tremors From a Coding Error

“Michael Markov, C.E.O. of MPI, a quantitative research firm, said calculations using daily prices of AXA Rosenberg’s mutual fund portfolios suggest that by early 2009, there was “an apparent aberration” in the funds.” The New York Times’ Jeff Sommer features MPI’s analysis in a story “The Tremors From a Coding Error”.

Stylus Web, plan-level reporting tool, is available for financial advisers

InvestmentNews’ Davis Janowski profiles MPI’s new Stylus Web product, answering the advisor need for “all-in-one-tools” in the 401(k)/DC and DB markets. Additional software features and benefits can be accessed here.

Stylus Web Brings Plan-Level Reporting to Financial Advisers

PLANADVISER features MPI’s Jeff Schwartz discussing the new Stylus Web and the demand for “an affordable tool to provide institutional reports and content.”

Getting the Maximum for the Investors

MPI’s returns-based style analysis of the JPM Europe Strategic Value Fund (which identifies the Mid Cap Core strategy that the manager adopted in 2008) is featured in the Fonds Professionell Austrian Magazine.

Hedge or Mutual Fund?

In its first 2010 issue, Barron’s features insight from MPI’s Michael Markov on the coming year’s industry trends.

Galleon Fund’s Big July 2006 Gain Coincided With ATI Buyout

Dow Jones’ Joseph Checkler continues investigation of Galleon, utilizing MPI’s returns-based style analysis (RBSA) of the Galleon Fund, which shows remarkable outsize performance in 2006.

Keeping an Eye on Stable-Value and Long-Short Funds

Michael Markov shares his insights on risk with InvestmentNews.

Researcher Says Opco Core Bond Fund Trouble Obvious

Michael Markov interviewed by Pensions & Investments: “There were plenty of red flags at Oppenheimer Core Bond that these states and other investors could have picked up on.” View MPI’s quantitative analysis of the Oppenheimer Core Bond Fund here.