Multi-Asset Perspectives

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Markets Optimistic about the Future as Economic Pain Deepens

May 26, 2020

We are still overweight U.S. large caps, believing winners will win until a broad-based economic recovery takes hold. Our preference for investment grade U.S. bonds remains; also, we now see opportunities among high yield bonds.

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The End of One Cycle Marks the Beginning of Another

April 28, 2020

Recent market dislocation has created an opportunity to reposition portfolios to capitalize on the new business cycle.

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Risk-Assets Reprice in Crowded Flight to Safety

March 19, 2020

We consider the coronavirus outbreak a temporary shock, inducing a technical recession but not fundamentally impairing productive capacity.

Risk-Assets Reprice in Crowded Flight to Safety

March 19, 2020

We consider the coronavirus outbreak a temporary shock, inducing a technical recession but not fundamentally impairing productive capacity. Considering this and an expanded equity risk premium, we see stocks as more attractive than bonds.

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Coronavirus Shock Introduces New Layer of Uncertainty

February 27, 2020

We continue to believe the economies of China, Europe and Japan are in the process of reaccelerating. Although the coronavirus alters the near-term outlook for Asia, underlying market fundamentals historically have prevailed once an outbreak subsides.

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Good Tidings for Investors Heading into Year-End

January 3, 2020

After a tremendous run in equities and more than a decade without a U.S. recession, we expect muted, albeit positive forward returns. Our portfolio overweight to equities continues to be fortified by high-grade fixed income.

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Hopes Hang on Healthy Consumers

September 17, 2019

U.S consumers have stayed resilient despite faltering manufacturing activity and trade-war hindrances; we think corporate profits will hold up better than expected.

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