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Gold: Unique In Every Way
Gold is a special asset. It is simultaneously a commodity and a foreign exchange instrument. It is cyclical and defensive at the same time. It has been used as a store of value and a medium for exchange for millennia.
Magnificent Seven Earnings (Mostly) Impress
Six of the Magnificent Seven have reported earnings so far this season, and the results have been largely impressive. Five out of the six exceeded analyst earnings and sales estimates.
Focus On The Fed Series: Taking Stock Of Fixed Income
While fixed-income investors received a nice gift from the Federal Reserve in the final quarter of 2023, we think a better way to assess total returns is by looking at the cumulative impact of Fed Rate hikes
Groundhog Day For The Bond Market
This past Friday was Groundhog Day, and Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow, which means early spring rather than six more weeks of winter. However, his success rate is apparently only 40%.
Focus On The Fed Series: Global Equities
In this piece, we take stock of the impact of Fed policy on global equities and share our best ideas for 2024
Fed Watch: Not So Fast, My Friend
Once again, the Fed did what was widely expected and kept the Fed Funds target unchanged at the January FOMC meeting.
One Year Later: Recapping Quality Growth In 2023
It’s been just over a year since the launch of the WisdomTree U.S. Quality Growth Fund (QGRW) in December 2022. This year’s performance provided compelling evidence that looking under the hood at the nuances of index construction matters. 
U.S. Fixed Income: Looking Back And Looking Ahead
2023 proved to be a roller-coaster for U.S. fixed income. From interest rates to spread movements, volatility continued to be underscored in a rather noteworthy fashion. However, the major fixed income asset classes all registered positive returns.
The Fundamental Disconnect In Small Caps: Price Vs. Dividend Growth
A unique phenomenon has emerged in U.S. small-cap equities. Amid the economic recovery during the post-pandemic environment, U.S. companies continued to pay an increasing amount of dividends to shareholders, without interruption. 
Will Interest Rate Headwinds Turn Into Tailwinds?
Over the past two years, rising interest rates reversed several longstanding market relationships so significantly that they defy historical precedent.
Commodities: An Immaculate Asset For An Immaculate Disinflation?
Commodities are a strong strategic asset that offers great diversification benefits, inflation hedging, and a long-term risk premium.
How To Play The Fed Pivot In Fixed Income
In this article, we offer two fixed-income solutions for navigating what will likely lie ahead for bond investors in the coming year from both an offense and defense perspective:
Behind The Markets: Looking At New Economy Real Estate In December 2023
We were recently able to speak with Uma Moriarty, Senior Investment Strategist and Global ESG Lead for CenterSquare Investment Management, on Behind the Markets.
Fed Watch: Pivot, Pivot
For the third time in a row, the Federal Reserve did what was widely expected and kept the Fed Funds target unchanged at the December FOMC meeting.
60/40 Returns: Correlation Is Not Causation
With two different risky assets, an investor can minimize total portfolio volatility through the combination of investments with low to negative correlation.
If We See Stock Market Mean Reversion, Heads Will Spin
Companies that paid no dividend just had the greatest 20-year bout of outperformance over the biggest dividend payers on record.
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