Direct indexing. No longer an exclusive tool of the big-account investor, it’s rapidly working its way down the food chain.
Technology is enabling the investor experience to be personalized—and it's becoming available faster than you think it is. The next generation's financial goals may resemble those of their parents, but the path to getting there may be very different.
When investors focus too closely on investment performance, they can lose sight of their goals and instead focus myopically on beating the benchmark. Enter Outcome-Based strategies, which seek to provide investment outcomes that fit the profile of common investment goals. That way you can match your portfolio’s outcomes with your goals. Here's our overview of how Outcome-Based Investing can fit within your financial planning.
Retirees have different needs from their portfolios, so you might expect a portfolio’s investment strategy to be aligned with those needs. Although the income approach isn’t always preferred, new research shows it can be a viable alternative to a total return approach.
Think of it as investing with a conscience. In these exceptional times, investors are grappling with how they can reach their goals without compromising their values. Portfolio Manager Paul Arnold discusses how sustainable investing aims to generate competitive long-term financial returns as well as positive societal impact.
We save today to spend tomorrow, and at heart, our investments are meant to help increase our future purchasing power. To do so, our returns need to outpace inflation, which can be particularly challenging in uncertain times.
Join Andrew Lill, Americas CIO, and Marta Norton, head of Outcome-Based Strategies, who discuss our current views on inflation and how we design some portfolios to target inflation-plus returns.