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Harvard campus in Boston

Harvard goes multi-asset

Harvard’s endowment has moved from a portfolio of asset classes to a generalist investment model—an approach we see as multi-asset. Here’s why we like it.

Oct 17, 2017 Categories: Portfolio Corner
Wholesaler alpha

Wholesaler alpha: Why you should demand above-benchmark value from your wholesaler.

There’s a lot of chatter about the value of advisors. But, what about the value of wholesalers? How do you know which wholesalers are delivering maximum value?

Oct 3, 2017 Categories: The Art of Advising
Downside protection

Why downside protection may matter more than upside growth

Portfolio Analyst Stella Liu explains why, in today’s environment, we believe preserving capital may be more important than chasing growth.

Sep 26, 2017 Categories: Portfolio Corner
US small cap stocks

Is something wrong with U.S. small cap stocks?

U.S. small cap stocks have disappointed many investors this year. We see potential upside for four key reasons.

Sep 14, 2017 Categories: Portfolio Corner
Future model

A model for the future: How model portfolios may increase satisfaction and generate net new assets

Advisors, investors and home offices could stand to gain from using model portfolios. Mark Spina explains in this post.

Sep 7, 2017 Categories: The Science of Advising
Something to write home about

Something to write home about: Emerging markets crushed U.S. stocks & bonds in 1H2017

The last 12 months have been rewarding for globally diversified investors who held onto their emerging markets exposure—and there may still be more rewards to come.

Jul 25, 2017 Categories: Portfolio Corner
Grandfather clock

Beware of betting big on U.S. stocks

History suggests that today’s stretched U.S. stock valuations are likely to be followed by a period of low returns. “Buy low, sell high” seems like a particularly good response.

Jun 27, 2017 Categories: Portfolio Corner
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