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EC Here Be Monsters? U.S. Economic Expansion Enters Uncharted Waters
The U.S. is now in the 11th year of continuous economic expansion without a recession to blemish the record.
Diversification: A Potential Cure For Emotional Investor Behavior?
Diversification provides the opportunity to smooth out returns in volatile times and helps mitigate risk in a portfolio. It is about being flexible, balanced and focused on a long-term goal.
How Low Can You Go: Monetary Policy Constraints And Options For The Next Recession
The next five years are likely to prove very challenging for monetary policymakers.
The China-U.S. Trade War Escalates. Could A Recession Follow?
Market Week in Review: discussing the escalating China-U.S. trade war and potential impacts on markets and economies.
Stocks Sell Off As Trade War Intensifies
Both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 plummeted roughly 3% as China retaliated to U.S. President Donald Trump’s tariff threat.
July Rate Cut: Muted Inflation Allows Fed To Provide Some Insurance. Markets Wanted More
The U.S. Federal Reserve (the Fed) cut interest rates by 25 basis points today, to a target range of 2% to 2.25%—an outcome that was in-line with our forecasts and the consensus of economists.
Investing Like It's 1999
The technology sector has helped fuel one of the longest economic expansions in the history of the United States. It’s worth looking back to the late 1990s to recognize what expectations were created for the tech sector and where we are today.
June Fed Meeting: Everything But A Rate Cut
Today’s FOMC meeting was decisively and deliberately dovish, going about as far as it could go without actually cutting interest rates - yet.
The Case For Private Markets: Plugging The Gap
For a long time, public markets have been in what many have referred to as a Goldilocks period. Broadly speaking, growth has been occurring across most economies, market volatility has been low and inflation benign.
Fact Vs. Feeling: Retirement Confidence Is At An All-Time High. Should It Be?
“Financial security is a fact, not a feeling.”Based on a recent study about financial security in retirement, the saying is truer than ever.
How Long Will DB Funding Relief Last?
Since 2012 and the passage of MAP-21, single employer defined-benefit (DB) plan sponsors have experienced lower contribution requirements.
What If The Next Bounce Falls Short?
Until early 2018, the market had been behaving in a consistent pattern for several years.
A Fed Rate Cut Looks Unlikely This Year. Here's Why.
Although markets currently peg the odds of a lowering in borrowing costs at roughly 55% by the end of 20191, this as an unlikely outcome, especially in light of Fed Chairman Jerome Powell’s remarks earlier this month.
Bridging Generational Investing Goals, Circumstances And Preferences
Here are some of the investing trends across generations, including similarities and differences, as well as potential opportunities for financial advisors.
Structural Changes In Japan: Corporate Governance
We outline the shift and improvements we have seen in Japanese corporate governance over recent years.
Q1 2019 Equity Manager Report: The Pendulum Swings Back Toward Growth
The first quarter of 2019 saw a mixed bag of results for equity managers. Challenging environments were the story of the quarter for U.S. large-cap equity managers and Canadian and Japan equity managers.
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