Stocks and bonds stopped moving in tandem in early December – and that favors duration for bond investors.
Analysis that combines inflation and growth cycle trends may provide a more nuanced way to understand stock market drivers.
Foundations and public pensions lost ground in a challenging investment environment. As we enter 2023, indicators suggest elevated return potential.
Learn how advisors have adjusted their financial portfolio allocations in response to higher inflation and difficult market conditions.
Portfolio consultants explain why CPI may normalize in the next year and highlight strategies for positioning equity portfolios for fading inflation.
As rising rates and inflation lead to fears of recession, there are steps investors can take to make fixed income holdings more resilient within their bond portfolios.
Even investors not involved with private equity can be affected by the interplay with the public equity side, particularly in the US growth space.
US equity exceptionalism sentiment, value, shorter durations, and unicorns are among the asset allocation trends explored.
Research paper explores how synthetic rebalancing using a futures overlay can help manage risk, reduce transaction costs, and minimize taxes.
With yields recently hitting 13-year highs and recession fears growing, are there opportunities in investment grade corporate bonds?
Amid the failed diversification of disappointing returns from both stocks and bonds, there are some bright spots in institutional investing trends.
Through a pint of beer, take a look at how Loomis Sayles’ Growth Equity Strategies Team analyzes the beverage industry’s global value chain.
Learn how option strategies can help manage the volatility of equities and create a smoother ride.
Historical analysis highlights which equity sectors and strategies fare best when inflation heats up.
With their yields near all-time lows, Treasuries may no longer provide reliable diversification for equities in the next crisis. What else might work?
Identifying a portfolio’s risk factors – the underlying investment exposures that drive returns – is a critical step in the asset allocation process.
Learn why direct indexing with a separately managed account (SMA) is more tax-efficient than an index fund or ETF.
Recent trends show increasing growth style bias, higher emerging market allocations and focus on quality fixed income holdings in moderate portfolios.
Recent trends include cash deployment, sustainable investment screening, and muni debt issuance by colleges and universities.
Learn how a direct indexing strategy can help control the tax impact of diversifying a concentrated stock position.
Discover how direct indexing can help minimize the tax consequences of transitioning portfolio assets to a new account.