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Janus Henderson

August 27, 2021

It’s Time to Get Your Student Loans in Order

With the moratorium on federal student loan payments set to end in early 2022, borrowers should start preparing now to resume their repayments – particularly as other factors may complicate matters. Retirement Director Ben Rizzuto outlines steps to take to help reduce the risk of default or delinquency.

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August 3, 2021

Amplifying Momentum’s Alpha Potential

Momentum investing can sometimes be looked at as a more speculative type of investing since it involves buying stocks that have gone up the most, and a pure momentum approach has no regard for fundamentals.

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July 27, 2021

When Conviction Fails You

Conviction isn’t always a good thing. Sometimes it leads us to miss major flaws in our investment strategy. Sometimes it leads us to stay the course when the facts have clearly changed.

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June 15, 2021

The Balance Between Edge and Conviction

Developing an edge in the stock market has always been a significant challenge. The collective wisdom of the market is typically correct, and that leads to very efficient asset pricing in most cases. For that reason, most investors who think they have an edge don’t really have one.

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Exploring the World of SPACs

In this edition, Bob Gruendyke, Senior Portfolio Manager with the Heritage Growth Equity team at Wells Fargo Asset Management (WFAM), speaks about the recent phenomenon across the investing community of special purpose acquisition companies, otherwise known as SPACs.

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