Why Investors Should Carry On - Carefully

While global growth continues, investors may have reasons for caution as the new year progresses.

2018 Outlook: The Active Manager’s Perspective

A panel of Natixis investment managers discuss their market outlooks for 2018

Risk on the Horizon: Institutional Investor Outlook for 2018

After a decade of low interest rates, low volatility, and high investment returns, are professional investors prepared for what’s ahead in 2018?

4 Reasons Why the VIX May Double in the Next Year

Identifying key factors and risks that could cause stock market volatility to increase in the coming months.

Exercise Caution: Gauging the Way Forward in Current Markets

Despite positive signs from current markets, investors may want to continue to exercise caution in today’s environment.

After the Eurozone Crisis: Europe’s Economic Renaissance

Three market specialists reflect on Europe’s improving economic conditions five years after the Eurozone Crisis.

Advisor Atlas: Is ESG Investing Sustainable During a Trump Presidency?

Discussing the state of ESG investing following Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement.

The Long Bull Run: Is It Too Late for Investors to Consider Stocks?

Searching for value potential in a world of higher stock prices and strong economic indicators

China’s Debt Bubble: The Next Big Thing?

How China’s credit boom could affect the global economy.

President Trump and Portfolios: The First 100 Days and Beyond

Reviewing President Trump’s political performance and its potential effect on investment portfolios going forward.

Low Volatility and High Uncertainty: What to Make of It?

Understanding current market conditions and what might be expected in the near term.

Trumponomics: Hope vs. Reality

Understanding potential market trends in early 2017 requires a look at the market’s recent optimism.