Although President-Elect Trump’s anti-trade campaign rhetoric casts some shadows of doubt on emerging markets investments, opportunities remain, particularly for nimble investors with commensurate risk tolerance.
The sharp rise in interest rates since the Nov. 8 elections has been challenging for many bondholders. Help your clients avoid knee-jerk “sell” decisions in response.
Despite speculation about the fate of the DOL fiduciary rule under the new Trump Administration, Russell Investments believes advisors should stick to their current implementation plans.
The “low-volatility” label may be increasingly misleading as valuations in that segment of the market appear comparatively stretched and the trade is getting crowded.
Russell Investments’ Chief Investment Officers reviewed the key themes affecting market returns in October 2016.
How are markets reacting to the U.S. elections 2016 results as the Republicans take the White House and retain control of Congress? Our North American Strategist Paul Eitelman weighs in.
The data shows that predicting Presidents and political parties should not influence portfolio positioning.