Without a doubt, the ongoing global pandemic has us re-imagining many aspects of our day-to-day life. But should investors change how they think about investing or what they can expect from their portfolios? Marta Norton, CIO for the Americas, talks about finding opportunities, protecting on the downside, and how we bring the two together when building portfolios.
With so many of us Americans working and learning from home during the pandemic, it led us to ask, “How are we doing investing from home?” Here we’ll offer a few pro tips for making the most of this unusual time.
Even in the best of times, investing can be challenging. Ryan Murphy, Morningstar Investment Management head of Decision Sciences, discusses how, in difficult times, it can be helpful for investors to take pause.
Market dips and dives can feel like punches at times, and all investors need to balance emotions like fear and regret with decision-making. Hear insights on what investors can do for themselves to avoid decision pitfalls.
A process similar to the "five stages of grief" can be seen in market crises, including the current one.
Recent data show that the retirement savings of millennial and baby boomer women continue to lag behind their male peers.
One of the biggest challenges in investing is to stay focused and on course. Investors must look at the markets from a historical perspective for broader context, and to better understand why it is important to stay the course during both calm and perilous markets.