Manager selection is a question that all investors face, of course, but it’s especially critical for investors in alternatives because these managers have greater freedom in their investment strategies. This freedom leads to a wide dispersion between the top-performing and below-average alt managers, and that dispersion is typically greater than what is found in traditional equity investments.
Equity markets remain exposed to a number of serious risks, including trade issues, rising bond yields and inflation, stress in the banking system and political turmoil. The good news is that corporate earnings continue to improve, which will be critical if stock prices are to rise.
Celebrating Earth Day 2018: 5 Ideas to Help Your Clients Implement Environmentally-Conscious Investment Strategies
The rapid growth of impact investing suggests more investors are seeking to align their investment dollars with their values. Understanding your clients’ values and guiding them to making investment decisions reflective of those values can be key to deepening your client relationships.
U.S. Treasury yields rose for a third consecutive week, as domestic political and geopolitical developments appeared increasingly favorable for open global trade. A June hike is now regarded as a 90% probability, as inflation approaches the Fed’s 2% target and the labor market tightens further.
Investors who have been tuned into the latest financial news likely would have noticed the headlines that technology-related stocks are garnering yet again. In recent weeks, volatility has come back to these stocks, leading investors to question whether their multiyear advance...
One consideration advisors must weigh when contemplating outsourcing is the impact it may have on fees. With this in mind, we examined the economics of APM and FSP programs to help advisors determine which approach makes sense for their practice.
Tim Holland, Brinker Capital’s Global Investment Strategist, asks and answers those questions we think will be top of mind for your clients as they open their quarterly statements and think back on the quarter that was.
In this episode of The Bid, Chief Investment Strategist Richard Turnill joins us to discuss the shift in momentum from global to domestic, and what this might mean for markets.
Russell Investments believes practice management programs require a significant shift in focus to further drive advisor success. Here’s how they plan to do it.
With the surging economy and the recent shift in monetary policy, many investors are worried about rising interest rates and potential inflation. A little historical information can provide valuable perspective.
Despite the weak start to 2018, the Invesco International and Global Growth team sees positive signs among a number of important Earnings, Quality and Valuation (EQV) measures.