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Negative Interest Rates in the UK: Implications for Banks
Charting the Market: Where Are There Value Opportunities?
ESG’s Turning Point: Four Trends Could Accelerate Flows in 2021
Earnings Preview for Innovative Firms
Charting the Market: A Boom/Bust Year for Active Management
Model Portfolios: A Path to Optimization and Scalable Growth
By taking advantage of model portfolios, advisors are able to spend more time on client-facing activities. More time on client-facing activities is highly correlated to increased client satisfaction and wallet-share growth.
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Gold Nuggets: The Post-Election World and Gold’s 2021 Outlook
November ETF Flows: Getting Closer to the End of the Tunnel
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Look Beyond the Losses When Tax-Loss Harvesting
2020 Election: Policy Plays
Indecision 2020: The Potential for a 2000 Election Night Reboot
What could a delayed election result look like? Matthew Bartolini explores this potential scenario and how investors may want to prepare for it.
Charting the Market: Examining 2020’s Not-So-Fun Factor Experience
Gold & Recessions: What to Know This Time Around
Leveraging Data on When to Use Sectors Versus Industries
S&P 500 Back at the High, What Now?
The S&P 500 recently surpassed its previous all-time high, marking the fastest recovery from a bear market in history.
How to Work with Clients to Integrate ESG Investing
What the US Election Could Mean for Policy and Portfolios
Due Diligence on Sector Leadership
Charting the Market: Have Active Managers Excelled in the Current Environment?
Correlation and dispersion metrics point to an environment that may be conducive for active small-cap managers. Overall, performance trends for US active managers have recently been unfavorable, with the exception of growth managers.