Understanding current market conditions and what might be expected in the near term.
Understanding potential market trends in early 2017 requires a look at the market’s recent optimism.
What shape might tax reform take under a GOP-controlled Congress and President Trump?
Discussing the potential policies and politics of President Trump and the GOP-controlled Congress.
A look at the potential market effects of President Trump’s economic agenda
Consider the importance of diversifying beyond the 60/40 portfolio paradigm.
A look at industry trends that could affect financial advisory practices.
Valuations may be better for managing longer-term expected returns than as a market timing tool.
Understanding the pros and cons of active and passive investment strategies.
Helping clients connect potentially higher volatility with their portfolios.
A look at some potential developments to watch for in exchange-traded funds in the coming year.
Navigating markets with confidence in 2017 will require advisors to have a more complete plan.
A look at potential macroeconomic trends in the year ahead.
Market predictions alone are useless – what matters is the rationale behind the argument.
In one sense, Italy’s "No" vote was another victory for populism, but it wasn’t a major surprise.
Understanding the potential market effects of the GOP’s 2016 election sweep.
Inflation is a greater risk to high-quality bond allocations than economic growth (i.e. real rates).
After eight years, monetary policies that once boosted market confidence may now be undermining it.
Five portfolio dilemmas that can occur amid challenging market conditions...
Senior Credit Research Analysts from Loomis, Sayles & Co. examine the new realities of the telemedia industry and a list of potential future disruptions.
Changing global growth patterns, the global credit cycle, a U.S. profits recession, and low global inflation are key topics covered in Loomis sector teams’ 2016 outlooks.
Are you confused by all the central bank talk today? You are not alone. Terms like “quantitative easing” and “negative interest rates” do not come...
It is often said that when China sneezes, Asia catches the flu. As China’s economic might has grown over the last decade, we’ve come to learn that the...