As a kid growing up in Bettendorf, Iowa, Capital Group equity analyst Nathan Meyer had two passions: sports and video games. “There wasn’t much else to do in Bettendorf,” he says of the small, rural town about 170 miles west of Chicago.
To help you spot hidden risks in your bond allocations, this portfolio makeover tackles three common fixed income issues and serves as a case study for ways to add stability to your portfolios.
Living in Hong Kong with a view of the Chinese mainland, Capital Group portfolio manager Steve Watson has a front-row seat to the long-running U.S.-China trade dispute.
Tax reform removed several major deductions, leaving munis as one of the best remaining tax-advantaged vehicles. Learn how to make the most of them.
2019 is already shaping up to be a good year for muni investing. And that comes on the heels of several years of positive market returns. Who said Fed rate hikes are bad for bonds?
Technology shares led the market both up and down. Thus far in 2019 market-leading tech and consumer companies ― and the broader market ― have recovered meaningfully. Nevertheless, investors should keep their seat belts fastened, as a late-cycle U.S. economy, unresolved trade tensions and slower earnings growth suggest the bumpy ride may continue.
Semiconductors are the engines driving many of today's life-changing technologies. Investment analyst Isaac Sudit offers his outlook for this essential industry.
With a decision on Brexit just a few weeks away, the fog of uncertainty surrounding the situation is thicker than ever. The stakes for the U.K. economy and markets are high and, at the moment, a number of potential outcomes remain on the table.
How often do market corrections turn into entrenched bear markets? Not very often. In fact there have already been six market corrections since the current bull market started in 2009.
What can investors expect in 2019? New challenges and compelling investment opportunities are sure to arise. Here are five key investment themes to help you navigate the markets this year.
Concerned about volatility in your equity portfolio? Trying to time the markets probably isn’t the answer. Data from Morningstar shows that, on average, investor returns lag fund returns.