Investors may want to consider elevated volatility risk as they think about positioning portfolios for a COVID-19 market recovery.
Portfolio Manager Jack Janasiewicz discusses the pandemic’s economic impact and shares some thoughts on how markets may fare amid a slow reopening and continued risks.
Gains for trend following managed futures strategies during COVID-19 crisis are explained by Dr. Kathryn Kaminski in this Bloomberg interview.
Portfolio Manager Jack Janasiewicz discusses how the near-term market picture has been affected by COVID-19 and what an economic restart might look like.
See why monitoring portfolio allocations for drift, and rebalancing as necessary, has the potential to generate meaningful benefits for clients.
The Natixis Seeyond International Minimum Volatility ETF (MVIN) seeks to minimize risk while enhancing portfolio diversification.
Spreading your investments across asset classes can help to balance risk and return potential, and avoid surprises when market corrections occur.
A look at how some exchange traded fund professionals are analyzing and managing COVID-19 market turbulence and volatility risk.
Insights into how ETF trading volumes and pricing have been affected by COVID-19 market volatility.
Actively-managed minimum volatility ETFs can help buffer portfolios from market turbulence without sacrificing performance during more normalized periods.
Persistent cross-asset trends during periods of market stress, crisis alpha and the strategic role of managed futures are explained.
Volatility, liquidity and security selection during COVID-19 is analyzed by Elaine Stokes, co-head of Loomis Sayles Multisector, Full Discretion Team.
When it comes to managing volatility risk in portfolios, investors may want to consider a counterintuitive look at how strategies track their index.
Chief Market Strategist discusses the benefits of Gateway’s index options-based strategy in today’s uncertain markets.
Portfolio Manager Jack Janasiewicz provides a near-term market outlook and shares insights for investors considering the path forward for global businesses.
Macro backdrop in light of COVID-19, taking advantage of dislocations in EM debt markets, and new opportunities in FinTech are examined by PMs on Loomis Sayles Global Allocation Team.
Risk-mitigating and portfolio diversification ideas to help investors stay invested through market crisis for long-term financial goals.
Chris Wallis, Portfolio Manager and Dan Hughes, Client Portfolio Manager, both of Vaughan Nelson, discuss the COVID-19 market turbulence and how they are thinking about the near and long-term investment landscape.
A look at whether investors can expect a short or prolonged market downturn as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In light of the federal aid response to COVID-19, how should investors consider market opportunities and risks over the near term?
Why panic selling during unsettling times may be one of the worst things long-term investors could do is analyzed over three decades.
COVID-19 implications for bank loans is discussed by John Bell, Portfolio Manager, Loomis Sayles Senior Floating Rate and Fixed Income Fund.
As governments worldwide enact fiscal measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we look at three potential market scenarios for investors to consider.
Co-heads of Loomis, Sayles & Company’s Multisector Full Discretion Team explain the coronavirus pandemic pattern and the global policy response needed for markets and economies to recover.
Chris Wallis, Portfolio Manager, and Dan Hughes, Client Portfolio Manager, both of Vaughan Nelson, discuss recent market corrections, coronavirus, and additional factors.
Head of Global Market Strategy for Dynamic Solutions Esty Dwek looks at the potential global market implications of an oil supply glut.
Chris Wallis, Portfolio Manager, and Dan Hughes, Client Portfolio Manager, both of Vaughan Nelson, discuss the market reaction of COVID-19 and the Russia-Saudi oil price war.
Chris Wallis, Portfolio Manager, and Dan Hughes, Client Portfolio Manager, both of Vaughan Nelson, discuss recent volatility, COVID-19, and additional market factors.
Epidemics, wars, and a financial crisis have been short-term factors for long-term value-oriented Harris Associates, explains Portfolio Manager and Director of US Research, Win Murray.
As cases of COVID-19 occur outside of China, investors should be aware of the potential market risks.
China’s coronavirus outbreak has implications for the global economy and investors – here’s a look at the potential near-term and longer-term market risks.
In the face of volatility risk, investors can look at markets through a risk-based lens that takes correlations and broader investment trends into account.
A look at the politics behind the US-China trade war, the prospects for a peace deal, and how the 2020 election could help shape US trade policy.
Portfolio Manager Jack Janasiewicz considers how trade tensions and recession risks might affect equities, emerging markets, and fixed income next year.
A look at non-transparent ETFs, direct indexing, and fixed income ETF strategies with Nick Elward, Head of Business Development and ETFs at Natixis.
Generally solid US economic data and signs of improvement in China point to a market stabilization or improvement rather than a further slowdown.
How a looming Brexit deal and evidence of easing geopolitical tensions between the US and China could affect markets and investors.
Analysis of key asset allocation trends derived from in-depth analysis of institutional investment portfolios by Natixis Portfolio Clarity® consultants.
Taking the hits and fighting for potential returns – preparing portfolios to contend with equity market volatility.
An analysis of recent market volatility and how US-China trade turmoil may continue to affect markets and investors in the near term.
As an active international minimum volatility ETF, Seeyond’s MVIN could help prepare your portfolio for the next market cycle.
Comparing the benefits and risks of three investment vehicles that investors can consider when planning for short-term expenses.
Investors in both passive and active ETF strategies will want to remain mindful of interest rate and volatility risk though the remainder of the year.
The 2019 Natixis Global Survey of Individual Investors reveals that investors are conflicted about risk, returns and what they can expect from their investments.
Evidence suggests that investors are not rational actors and may need help managing their emotions in volatile markets.
Vaughan Nelson CEO and Senior Portfolio Manager Chris Wallis provides a mid-year market outlook and thoughts on what investors might expect through year-end.
Bill Nygren and David Herro of Harris Associates on why investors shouldn’t let market clamor drown out potential value opportunities in their portfolios.
A discussion of strategies available to investors looking to manage volatility risk while taking advantage of growth opportunities that can result from market movements.
Investors interested in strategies designed to withstand volatile and declining equity markets may want to consider minimum volatility exchange-traded funds.
Our 2019 Institutional Outlook explores the nine trends driving institutional strategy for 2019.
Equity substitutes, equity complements, and equity diversifiers. All of these strategies may play a role in risk mitigation, but they do so in different ways.
An active management approach may help manage portfolio risk and uncover opportunities in the current market environment.
With the return of market volatility, professional fund buyers reveal their top concerns–and how they plan to meet their goals despite them.
How wholesale portfolio managers are finding opportunity amidst geopolitical instability, market volatility, and low interest rates.