Investors have been known to stretch for yield in the current low rate environment, often taking risks that may be uncompensated. Tax-managed investors looking for attractive yield may want to consider municipal high yield, which can offer tax equivalent yields in excess of corporate high yield at a historically lower level of volatility.
Market-timing is still difficult, and the risk of being wrong is high. Investors can make—but also lose—a lot of money trying to make such predictions.
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Despite a few lackluster readings for May month end, on the whole we consider May’s data to be strong.
There can be a real benefit to global diversification that should not be discarded due to the appearance of higher taxes internationally.
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Even with many asset classes down for the month, the benefits of diversification are still evident for the month and year-to-date through May.
Weighing the economic value of working with Millennials? Don’t forget that a Millennial’s human capital likely makes them worth more than their latest account statements suggest.