For investors focused on the headlines in 2014, it may come as a surprise that U.S. equity markets (Russell 3000® Index) actually finished the year in strong positive territory. The surprise to us, however, lay in the very narrow market leadership – and the make-up of that leadership group.
Wondering about the implications of Europe’s decision to step into the quantitative easing game? Russell’s Senior Investment Strategist in London, Wouter Sturkenboom, shares his views.
The December 2014 reading of the Economic Indicators Dashboard showed some interesting developments in the U.S. inflation rate and consumer sentiment, in particular.
For those investors intent on finding an alternative to bonds, the pickings currently appear slim, in Russell’s view.
Using interactive tools to help explain investment concepts and decisions can make client meetings more memorable and engaging – for advisors and clients alike.
Senior Investment Strategist Wouter Sturkenboom delves into the possible wins and losses cheap oil may generate for the global economy.
Markets aren’t perfect – but neither are investors. What if this year, you helped your clients to embrace their imperfections – at least when it comes to their investment portfolio?