The Economic Indicators Dashboard’s latest readings on the VIX, housing, and consumer sentiment suggest the U.S. economy remains on a path of moderate growth.
With market volatility back on center stage, many investors are looking for equity exposure that has the necessary growth potential to reach long-term outcomes.
Emerging markets equity and commodities have disappointed many investors in the last five years. But don’t let your clients give up hope. We believe these asset classes are likely to shine in the next five years.
Recent global equity market volatility aside, many investors may be falling prey to wealth-destructive, natural human behaviors. Make sure your clients aren’t among that group.
2015 was a challenging year for most investors and served as a reminder of the benefits of diversification, even though it doesn’t protect against loss.
The low interest rate environment has caused some investors to take on more risk than usual in an effort to find yield. The results of this strategy have been painful in 2015.
If market volatility is truly making a comeback in U.S. equity markets, advisors may want to consider the merits of high quality stock and volatility managed investment strategies to help client portfolios weather the storm.