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Does The U.S. Presidential Election Pose A Risk To Markets?
When we assess the risks presented by the upcoming election in November, we see two principal ones, both of which could negatively impact markets. Let’s examine each in more detail.
Is The Growing U.S. Debt Sustainable? Not Indefinitely, But Don't Ring The Alarm Just Yet
There is unease regarding the sustainability of rising debt levels, but particularly for the U.S. Yet, the U.S. is not alone in this. Globally, the response to the crisis has been similar as governments are taking measures to support their economies.
What Is Today's Opportunity In Small Cap Stocks?
In each of the past three calendar years, small cap stocks in the U.S. have lagged their large cap counterparts by roughly 6-7% per year.
2020 Global Market Outlook – Q3 Update: The Great Reopening
Markets have rallied on hopes for economic recovery as coronavirus-imposed lockdowns are eased across the globe.
Credit Now, Credit Into The Future
Eye-popping double-digit bond returns may no longer be an offer, but credit remains an attractive investment for the foreseeable future.
Why Is The Stock Market Rising In The Middle Of A Severe Recession?
The economic carnage inflicted by the fight against the coronavirus pandemic has been real—and horrific. Yet, you wouldn’t know it by looking at the stock market.
Value Has Trailed Growth, But That Won't Always Be The Case
U.S. large cap stocks have been on a historically strong run relative to the rest of the stock market.
Growth Pains? The Case For Leaning Into Value Over Growth
Any skilled stock picker will tell you that what matters most is the relative opportunity that lies ahead of you, and not to get locked into anchoring on the past.
Three Months Off The Peak
The road ahead remains rocky.
3 Reasons Why Value Stocks May Outperform Soon
COVID-19 has truly been a black swan for investors.
What's Next For China After COVID-19?
The Chinese economy continues to normalize, led by the manufacturing sector.
Is Global Diversification Still Worth It? The Case For Investing Beyond The U.S.
For U.S. investors, investing beyond America’s borders has been a tough sell over the past decade.
Transitioning Fixed Income Assets In Fractured Markets
The coronavirus pandemic has roiled the global financial markets, with investors struggling to forecast the economic impact of an unprecedented global health crisis. The uncertainty is causing equity returns to fluctuate by triple digit basis points.
How Are We Going To Pay For All Of This? The COVID-19 Impact On U.S. Tax Policy
Two months into one of the most disruptive crises of our lifetimes, we have all become accustomed to words and phrases such as unprecedented, severe, social distancing, etc.
U.S. Oil Prices Go Negative, But It Sounds More Exciting Than It Really Is
Headlines abound today around the fact that the U.S. oil prices have gone negative. However, it’s important to understand that this is a very technical development that diversified financial investors don’t have much exposure to.
Will All Of This Stimulus Cause Runaway Inflation? Not So Fast.
With trillions of dollars of monetary policy support being injected to fight the coronavirus crisis, we are fielding many questions about the consequences of these massive interventions. Inflation is likely to remain subdued, if not dangerously low.
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