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Driving Success In A Low-Return World
The U.S. equity markets are in a transitional period. How to navigate a low-return world?
Mester: Fed Returning To Normal Policy Framework
Loretta Mester, president and CEO of the Federal Bank of Cleveland, was a 2018 Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) voting member of the board that sets interest rates, but she will not be in 2019.
Trade Truce Or No Truce?
The trade dispute with China and the Fed continual hiking of interest rates are the two most important drivers of the market’s recent volatility.
Why Equity Markets Still Have More Room To Run
How can you value equities and the various inputs involved?
The Case For Fixed Indexed Annuities Over Bonds
Retirees’ large allocations to bonds may be among the more challenging allocations going into the future, with interest rates still near historical lows.
A Macro Discussion On Floaters, Gold And The Dollar
Spotlighting the geopolitical situation and developments in Asia, fixed income, floaters, the dollar and gold with two interesting guests: Peter Tchir, macro strategist at Academy Securities, and Brent Johnson, CEO of Santiago Capital.
What Sets ETFs Apart?
A discussion on many of the media’s misconceptions about ETFs, how ETFs compete with active managers, the age-old question on how much passive investing the market can absorb.
The Current Macro Environment And Fed Policy
The current trajectory from the latest Fed cycle is for three Fed rate hikes, based on the last Fed statement of economic projections—and since that latest forecast, the economy has only shown more signs of strength.
A Discussion On Dividends, Behavioral Finance And Crypto
When investors are at a loss and close out the position at a loss, they are more likely to take on even riskier stock in their next investment in a desire to get even from their loss.
The Outlook For Europe And Unfinished Business
An outlook for European equity markets and the economy, closed with a look back at the financial crisis for Europe and the current state of the European banking system as well as the euro area and monetary union itself.
Impact Investing Resonates With Investors
Assets under management related to sustainable, responsible and impact investing (SRI) rose from $6.57 trillion at the start of 2014 to $8.72 trillion at the start of 2016.
Top ETF Themes For 2018
International small caps have varying sector and factor exposures that diversify most traditional large-cap ETF portfolios.
Economy And Monetary Policy Update
The transmission mechanism between the unemployment rate and inflation pressures is small—maybe zero—and we are not seeing pressures from the continued drop in unemployment to nearly 50-year lows.
On Productivity, The Fed And Taxes
Last week was one of the most important weeks from an economic standpoint in some time, with announcements on the new Federal Reserve (Fed) chair, more details on the Republican tax legislation that is pending and a slew of economic releases.
Reflecting On A New Theory: The Adaptive Markets Hypothesis
There is a false dichotomy in the market that active investing entails managing risk but passive investing implies no risk management.
Abe Landslide: What Does It Mean For Markets?
Following the Japanese parliamentary elections over the weekend, we interviewed Jesper Koll, WisdomTree’s Head of Japan, and Brad Bechtel, Jefferies LLC currency strategist, for the outlook for the Japanese equity markets and the currency markets.
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