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Global Economics

Inflation Should Not Trouble Investors in the Near Term

Nikolaj Schmidt
Inflation Should Not Trouble Investors in the Near Term Money printing in developed economies is unlikely to cause a spike in inflation because money demand remains stable.Read More

Global Equities

No Normal Cycle, No Normal Recession

Laurence Taylor
No Normal Cycle, No Normal Recession Find out Laurence Taylor's views on how the coronavirus may potentially impact markets in the short and long term.Read More

Global Equities

Crisis Playbook (Part III)—The Acceleration of Adoption

David J. Eiswert
Crisis Playbook (Part III)—The Acceleration of Adoption Find out David Eiswert's latest thoughts on the coronavirus in the third part of his Crisis Playbook.Read More

International Equities

Will China Lead the Post-Coronavirus Economic Recovery?

Wenli Zheng
Will China Lead the Post-Coronavirus Economic Recovery? China should be the first country whose economy starts to improve after the coronavirus.Read More

Fixed Income

How a Recession Will Impact Bond Markets

Kenneth A.  Orchard
How a Recession Will Impact Bond Markets What the expected sharp downturn in the global economy means for fixed income markets.Read More
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Global Equities

Crisis Playbook (Part II)—The Power of "Stop Getting Worse"

David J. Eiswert
Crisis Playbook (Part II)—The Power of "Stop Getting Worse" Find out David Eiswert's latest thoughts on the coronavirus and the current market environment.Read More

International Equities

Japanese Equities—An Asset Class Familiar With Volatility

Archibald Ciganer
Japanese Equities—An Asset Class Familiar With Volatility Japanese equities—an asset class familiar with volatility. Archibald Ciganer explains how he is responding to current uncertainty.Read More

Global Equity

Global Equities: Embracing Uncertainty

R. Scott Berg
Global Equities: Embracing Uncertainty Find out why Scott Berg is embracing this uncertainty.Read More

Global Equities

Crisis Playbook—The Fear of Loss and Regret

David J. Eiswert
Crisis Playbook—The Fear of Loss and Regret Dave Eiswert explains how he is tackling the coronavirus fears.Read More

Global Economics

Why Deleveraging Is The True Culprit Weighing On Growth

Nikolaj Schmidt
Why Deleveraging Is The True Culprit Weighing On Growth We believe that talk of "secular stagnation" is premature and that demand is being held back by prolonged deleveraging.Read More

U.S. Election

North American Trade Pact: More Certainty, Muted Impact

Katie Deal
North American Trade Pact: More Certainty, Muted Impact The new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, while having limited economic impact, offers talking points across the political spectrum.Read More

Global Equities

Why I Am Still Confident in Emerging Markets

R. Scott Berg
Why I Am Still Confident in Emerging Markets Find out Scott Berg's thinking for 2020 and why he remains heavily exposed to emerging markets.Read More

Global Equities

Still Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

David J. Eiswert
Still Comfortable Being Uncomfortable Equity markets remain complex. Find out what Dave Eiswert believes will happen in 2020.Read More
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Global Economics

Why I'm More Positive on Global Growth

Nikolaj Schmidt
Why I'm More Positive on Global Growth Three key developments over the past few weeks have improved investor confidence and should boost global growth.Read More

Global Fixed Income

Will 2020 Be the Year of Securitized Credit?

Kenneth A.  Orchard
Will 2020 Be the Year of Securitized Credit? Investors concerned about the vulnerability of corporate bonds might consider diversifying to securitized debt instruments.Read More

Market Events

Countdown to Brexit: Conservative Win Paves Way for UK Exit

Quentin S. Fitzsimmons
Countdown to Brexit: Conservative Win Paves Way for UK Exit The Conservative Party’s election victory should mean the UK leaves the EU in January—but the real work begins after that.Read More

Global Fixed Income

Is Helicopter Money on Its Way?

Nikolaj Schmidt
Is Helicopter Money on Its Way? Helicopter money may still be some way off, but the rise of populism may have brought it a step closer.Read More

Informed Investing

Informed Investing in Cyprus

Informed Investing

How Ideas Become Investments

Informed Investing

Proceed with Caution

Informed Investing

Going Dutch for a Tech Investment

Market Events

Countdown to Brexit: Will a Christmas Election Deliver Clarity?

Quentin S. Fitzsimmons
Countdown to Brexit: Will a Christmas Election Deliver Clarity? The unpredictable nature of the UK election means that all possibilities remain: hard Brexit, softer Brexit, and no Brexit.Read More

Global Fixed Income

The Investment Environment Is on the Verge of Rotation

Kenneth A.  Orchard
The Investment Environment Is on the Verge of Rotation As fears over the global economy subside, assets such as lower-quality corporate bonds and loans may begin to perform better.Read More

Informed Investing

Building a Bridge to Informed Investing

Global Fixed Income

Why EM Debt Can Continue to Shine

Benjamin Robins, CFA
Why EM Debt Can Continue to Shine Emerging markets debt has outperformed its equity counterpart over the long term. We believe this trend can continue.Read More

Global Economics

Central Banks Are Not Pushing on a String

Nikolaj Schmidt
Central Banks Are Not Pushing on a String Rate cuts can still be a powerful weapon for central banks despite growing cynicism over their efficacy.Read More
Q3 2019  Show

Market Events

Countdown to Brexit—The Battle Intensifies

Quentin S. Fitzsimmons
Countdown to Brexit—The Battle Intensifies The battle between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Parliament is intensifying as the UK is gripped by a constitutional crisis.Read More

On Global Fixed Income

There's Only One Way Out of Here

Kenneth A.  Orchard
There's Only One Way Out of Here The markets want the Fed to boost the global economy by cutting rates more aggressively. Will it listen?Read More

Global Equities

Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

David J. Eiswert
Comfortable Being Uncomfortable Where we are hunting amid the market confusion.Read More

Market Events

Countdown to Brexit: Will the UK Leave on Halloween?

Quentin S. Fitzsimmons
Countdown to Brexit: Will the UK Leave on Halloween? New British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a battle with Parliament to deliver Brexit by October 31.Read More

Global Fixed Income

A U.S.-China Truce Could Stimulate a Recovery

Nikolaj Schmidt
A U.S.-China Truce Could Stimulate a Recovery If the recently brokered trade truce between the U.S. and China holds, the global economy could begin to recover soon.Read More

Global Fixed Income

Why I've Become More Cautious

Kenneth A.  Orchard
Why I've Become More Cautious I’ve recently become defensive in my portfolios because I’m concerned about the possibility of a U.S. recession.Read More
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