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*As of June 30, 2019
Sustainability Means More Than Just Green Bonds
Chart of The Week: Global Economy: Fiscal Policy
Why the Best Offense Is A Good Defense in Bond Portfolios
This edition of On the Trading Desk® features a discussion about ways to buffer fixed-income portfolios from rising rates. I’m talking with Michael Schueller, Senior Portfolio Manager, Multi-Sector Fixed Income Plus and High Yield at Wells Fargo Asset Management (WFAM) Global Fixed Income.
Global Economy: Growth and Inflation Comparison
Embrace Tomorrow: Balancing Innovation with Scientific Learning
This episode features a conversation about scientific learning and how innovative technologies can supplement time-tested and proven investment processes. Today, Randy Mangelsen, Co-Head of the Investment Analytics team at Wells Fargo Asset Management (WFAM), joins the program to discuss this topic
Equities: Value, Growth, and Yields
Global Economy: Fiscal Policy
Diversification and Factors
Equities: Earnings Growth
With a significant earnings decline in 2020, market multiples based on trailing earnings are at or near the highest levels of the past 25 years.
Rising Interest Rates—Risk or Opportunity?
This discussion is about fixed-income markets now that 10-year Treasury yields are above 1% and the yield curve is steepening.
Market Risks That May Lie Ahead In 2021
This podcast features an update about risks that investors may face in 2021. With us to discuss the implications is John Hockers, CFA®, PRM, Co-Head of Investment Analytics at Wells Fargo Asset Management (WFAM).
Income Generator: The Fixed-Income Handbook for 2021
This podcast features a conversation about what’s ahead in fixed income in 2021. In addition to market outlooks, we’ll focus on ways to generate income and enhance total return.
Climate Change: Credit’s Role in Decarbonizing the Economy
Henrietta Pacquement, CFA®, Senior Portfolio Manager and Head of Investment Grade with the Credit Europe provides insight on climate change, specifically how within fixed income, investing in corporate bonds—also known as credit—has an important role on the path to a net zero carbon future.
Active Fixed-income Management Is a Low-cost Option
Reviewing 2020 and Previewing 2021
In our last episode of 2020, we will speak with Dr. Brian Jacobsen, Senior Investment Strategist for the Multi-Asset Solutions team at Wells Fargo Asset Management about the year 2020, the course it set us on, and how investors can prepare for 2021.
The Stay-At-Home Factor and What It Means for Portfolios
This podcast discusses how a new factor, the stay-at-home order, has changed historical risk profiles and what it may mean for a portfolio’s risk profile.
Income Generator: Increasing Return for Cash Investors
This podcast from Wells Fargo Asset Managemet discusses what fixed-income investors with lots of cash on hand can do to increase their return potential.
5 Takeaways from November’s Fixed-Income Markets
This post dicusses what’s driving the fixed-income markets and how investors can respond to a highly volatile environment for bonds in November, and the top 5 takeaways.
U.S. Economy: From a Big Drop to a Big Bounce?
Addressing the Problem Plaguing Fixed-Income Investors
This special edition features a discussion about the fixed-income markets ahead of the election and how bond investors can source income in today’s low-yield environment.
Election Perspective: Energy and Finance Sectors
From our perspective, we see five significant policy differences between the candidates that will influence the economy and industries differently.
5 Takeaways from October’s Fixed-Income Markets
Here are some takeaways on what’s driving the fixed-income markets and how investors can respond to a highly volatile environment for bonds.
Blind Spots in the Retirement Space
Nate Miles, Head of Retirement at Wells Fargo Asset Management, reveals three retirement blind spots that he and his team have noticed in conversations with defined contribution plan sponsors, their consultants, and advisors.
U.S. Elections and the Markets
In this podcast, we will speak with Dr. Brian Jacobsen, Senior Investment Strategist for the Multi-Asset Solutions team at Wells Fargo Asset Management, about the upcoming U.S. elections and ways to manage the risks surrounding the election.
How an Average Investor Really Invests and Why It Matters
In this podcast, we will speak with Harindra de Silva, Ph.D., CFA®, Portfolio Manager for the Wells Fargo Asset Management (WFAM) Analytic Investors team, about how an average investor is really investing that is contrary to widely held perceptions.
Climate Change: Sustainable Integrated Energy Investments
This podcast from Wells Fargo Asset Management discusses climate change as it relates to integrated energy and the investment case for that sector.