This exclusive content, featuring third-party money managers, economists, academics, and other financial professionals, cuts through the clutter with actionable investment information.Columbia Management’s Colin Moore discusses strategies for how to invest in an era of lower economic growth rates
Yield-hungry investors concerned about rising rates may want to consider adding a bank-loan fund to their portfolios, say Blackstone/GSO’s Lee Shaiman and SSgA’s Dave Mazza
The practice of allocating assets based on social values has changed since its active emergence in the 1980s. But some investors and Financial Advisors haven’t kept up, says Mary Jane McQuillen of ClearBridge Investments
Though few economies--if any--have fully recovered from the financial crisis, Olga Pomerantz of William Blair believes that with a more nuanced view, investors will find that growth finally is returning
Morgan Stanley Investment Management’s Cyril Moullé-Berteaux shares his strategy for seeking market opportunities, using diversification, an eye toward lower volatility and the ability to shift exposures
Invesco’s Donna Wilson explains how she constructs a portfolio that seeks not just a smoother ride but also income generation and a solid return potential
The next year will bring stronger prospects for the Continent, says Philippe Brugère-Trélat of Franklin Mutual European Fund
Stocks around the globe have rallied from the lows of the financial crisis, but Greg Kolb of Perkins Investment Management believes that value will always remain in vogue
Rui de Figueiredo of Morgan Stanley Alternative Investment Partners says alternative investments should be more accessible to mainstream investors
As the number and nature of indexes—and products based on them—expand, investors must learn to pick those that best suit their objectives, says MSCI’s Raman Subramanian
Jeffrey Kolitch of Baron Capital explains his mutual fund's nontraditional approach
JP Morgan’s Priscilla Hancock calms the fixed-income waters and reveals where she’s finding attractive opportunities
While real return funds might seem less appealing as inflationary pressures remain subdued, Pioneer’s Howard Weiss believes they represent a strategy that should remain a core portfolio holding, no matter the environment
As fixed income stumbles, BlackRock’s Joshua Tarnow looks to stay above water with an absolute-return strategy
Columbia Management’s Zach Pandl shares his outlook on rates and fixed income
A portfolio of fewer than two dozen stocks can offer a surprising amount of diversification, says Lazard’s Chris Blake—and diversity is the key to success
Clearbridge Investments portfolio manager Richie Freeman explains his brand of long-term investing
ALPS’ Jeremy Held discusses the drivers behind growth in master limited partnerships
Invesco’s Scott Wolle explains his firm’s systematic approach to tactical allocations—detailed monthly assessments that net a “whole” view on 25 asset classes
In the inaugural Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Global Investment Committee Fixed Income Summit, CIO Mike Wilson discusses the current environment with specialists from Morgan Stanley, PIMCO, Goldman Sachs and BlackRock
In a volatile market, Julian Koski of Transparent Value seeks success by watching market signals, not going with his gut
Interest rates have put pressure on real estate investment trusts, but Invesco’s Paul Curbo believes opportunities for growth remain
Merger arbitrage strategies may benefit over the next few years if dealmaking activity picks up and interest rates increase, say Roy Behren and Mike Shannon of Westchester Capital Management
Brad Libby, Abigail Babson and Lindsay Politi from Wellington Management Company discuss the strategic value of investing in the municipal bond market while hedging for inflation at the same time
The price of oil is up, but Invesco’s Norman MacDonald believes that stock valuations need to be considered when seeking to identify opportunities in energy
Pioneer’s Andrew Feltus takes a bottom-up approach toward investing in emerging markets
As bond prices roiled on fears of rising interest rates earlier this year, Tony Rodriguez of Nuveen Asset Management saw potential opportunities
There is lots of chatter nowadays about interest rates—where they are going and what the consequences of any movement might be.
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