Why We Like Emerging Market Assets
Muni Bonds Outrun Rising Rates
Municipals posted gains in March despite rapidly rising interest rates. Although valuations appear rich, we expect supply and demand dynamics to remain favorable.
Why We Still Like Technology Stocks
Taking Stock: Q2 2021 Equity Market Outlook
A Strong Restart, Not A Recovery
Another Hedge Bites the Dust
Dividend Stock Disparity Creates Opportunity
The Queen’s Gambit Declined
The game of chess shows us that there are reasons why declining to take a particular position today may actually offer better long-term prospects for portfolios, and a higher probability of winning the long game.
As Volatility Fades, Can Cyclicals Shine?
Munis Off to A Running Start
Favorable supply-and-demand dynamics drove strong municipal bond performance in January despite a material move higher in interest rates driven by vaccine optimism and expectations for additional fiscal stimulus.
Using A Barbell to Strengthen Your Equity Portfolio
A Bipolar U.S.-China World Order
The New Nominal, Accelerated
Three Investing Lessons From 2020
Investing in a Frictionless World
Rick Rieder and team describe how revolutionary changes taking place in corporate business models will impact investing for years.
Taking Stock: Q1 2021 Equity Market Outlook
The Driving Force Behind High Quality Cyclicals
Munis Make Up for a Rough Ride
A dearth of municipal issuance drove strong performance in November. Typical year-end outflows due to tax loss selling have yet to emerge.
Sticking With High Quality Cyclicals
Upgrading U.S. Equities
The Outlook for Growth Stocks
How to Find Growth in the Market Today
Global stocks declined for the second consecutive month in October amid a resurgence in COVID cases across Europe and the United States, deflated hopes for a second round of U.S. fiscal stimulus and increasing uncertainty heading into the U.S. election.
Munis Overcome a Glut of Issuance
Municipals posted modestly negative total returns in October, with the S&P Municipal Bond Index finishing the month down -0.14%.