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What worked in the past may not work in the future. So it’s sensible to split the roles of safety and income generation in fixed income portfolios.
With the U.S. economy still reopening, where is inflation going from here and what can investors watch to gauge how price pressures may be building?
As economies regain pre-pandemic peaks and corporate earnings recover further, we look at why stocks could provide attractive all-in returns in 2021.
As the economic fallout from COVID-19 is absorbed, ultralow rates should make equities the asset class of choice and fixed income more challenging.
As the potential catalysts to a higher yield environment disappear, we explain why we think the fixed income landscape ahead will be challenging.
Advancements in computing power and mechanical technology can lower manufacturers’ costs, and bring added quality and customization to their products.
While Joe Biden is projected to win the election, it appears he’ll have to work with a status quo, i.e., divided, Congress. What’s next?
We can look through the COVID-19 valley and focus more confidently on the recovery and post-pandemic world. Do investors need to rethink positioning?
We look beyond the outcome of the U.S. elections to understand how the changing political landscape could affect stock market investments.
The 5G rollout should lead to a meaningful increase in communications equipment sales growth and more wide spread adoption of cutting-edge technology.