Conventional investing, which failed in 2008 and its aftermath, has been replaced by the rise of passive vehicles and multi-asset strategies
PWM's Yuri Bender speaks to John M. Malloy, RWC Emerging Markets Portfolio Manager, on the impact of Donald Trump and the outlook for developing economies
Yield-starved investors are increasingly looking beyond traditional asset classes towards alternatives. Hedge funds are benefitting from this trend, but have some way to go to convince a sceptical audience of their worth
President-elect Donald Trump’s protectionist policies have rattled investors in emerging markets, but fundamentals in many countries remain sound and the recent volatility could present a buying opportunity
Many investment professionals are surprisingly upbeat on the impact the upcoming Trump presidency will have on markets, sensing buying opportunities amid the uncertainty
Investors must be aware of heightened political risks following Donald Trump’s win in the US election, including keeping an eye on developments in Europe
With a new government in place, Brazil looks set to leave its economic woes behind, which bodes well for the region as a whole
Brexit, the US election and the rise of populism are just some of the geopolitical risks stalking global markets. How significant are these threats, and how should private portfolios be positioned in response?
Fears of an imminent US recession have abated and recent economic data looks strong, but is the country really in as good a shape as its record-breaking equity markets would suggest?
The prospects for emerging markets look better than they have done for some time while equity valuations remain attractive. Is now the time to invest?
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