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Recent Insights

 

Global Macro Shifts: Latin America – The Rise and Fall of Populism
(January 2017)

Templeton Global Macro explains how Latin America’s experience with populism has important lessons and warnings for the developed world at a time when orthodox economic policymaking appears to be at risk of falling out of favor.
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Q1 2017 Hedge Fund Strategy Outlook

The Research and Portfolio Construction teams at K2 Advisors explain how higher dispersion following the US presidential election has created reasons for optimism in hedge strategies.
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Navigating the Space Between “Direct” and “Indirect” Real Estate Investing
(January 2017)

Benefits potentially available through a new and developing universe of local partners, who offer a range of investment opportunities on the continuum between “direct” and “indirect.”
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2017 Global Investment Outlook: Actively Navigating a Dynamic World
(December 2016)

Our 2017 Global Investment Outlook spotlights our investment expertise from four key areas central to many of our clients’ portfolio decisions: global macro, multi-sector fixed income, global equity and emerging-market equity.
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America Decides: What Election ’16 Could Mean for Your Portfolio
(November 2016)
With Donald Trump emerging victorious in the US presidential race, our investment leaders share their post-election perspectives on how the shifting political landscape may impact the markets and investors’ portfolios.
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10-Year Treasury Yield’s Surge Vindicates Bond Bears, a Wall Street Journal Article Reprint (November 2016)

It has been a tough few years for bond bears, but this fall’s interest-rate spike is vindicating a handful of investors who have been waiting for just such a move.
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Rising LIBOR: The Effect on Bank Loans (November 2016)
While income levels for bank loan investors stand to benefit from the increase in LIBOR, investors should be mindful of the recent strong run-up in asset prices.
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Emerging Markets Debt: Diversification and Yield (October 2016)
During a recent webcast hosted by IPE, Nicholas Hardingham, EMD Portfolio Manager, answered institutional investors’ questions about EMD valuations and how to build an active and diversified portfolio.
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Relieving Financial Stress Before Retirement (September 2016)
What is driving anxiety in the years before actual retirement and how can we take advantage of cognitive bias to reframe the question in a new way?
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