The U.S. stock market appears expensive relative to its history – and especially relative to non-U.S. developed and developing markets. Do your clients’ portfolios reflect this
With interest rates rising, income-seeking investors may have an easier time meeting their income targets. That said, risks remain.
Despite a tough start to the year and some unexpected, market-moving events throughout the year, all major asset classes remarkably finished 2016 in positive territory
Market returns for the next 10 years are likely to be lower than historical averages. Three rules may help investors navigate the low return environment.
Trump’s victory, rising economic populism on both sides of the Atlantic and poor recent performance of European markets notwithstanding, we believe fundamentals suggest better prospects ahead for non-U.S. equities.
History shows that in the past 7 U.S. interest rate hike cycles, average bond returns have been positive. That may hold true again in today’s rising rate environment.
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.