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Do Not Feed the Bears

Do Not Feed the Bears

Asian markets are getting mauled. In recent years, the emerging markets have looked vulnerable at times, but not to this extent. 

How to Invest for Changing Global Growth

How to Invest for Changing Global Growth

Fears of a collapse in China have raised market participants’ worries over a global recession as the Fed prepares to raise interest rates. In contrast to these concerns, global economic growth may accelerate in 2016.

Market pullback: 1997 or 1998? 2011 or 2014?

Market pullback: 1997 or 1998? 2011 or 2014?

After the crazy week we just had, the question becomes: Was that it, or is this the beginning of something bigger?

Mathews Asia Perspective: Times Like This

Mathews Asia Perspective: Times Like This

It is not that unusual, when investing in Asia, to see drawdowns on the scale that we have witnessed recently.

Six Strategies for Volatile Markets

Six Strategies for Volatile Markets

When markets get choppy, it pays to have a plan for your investments, and to stick to it.  test

Market Volatility

Market Volatility

Is the goldilocks economy we've experience in peril?

Striking a Balance

Striking a Balance

How balanced funds can help investors gain exposure to upside potential and mitigate downside risk.

Staying the Course: How Long-Term Investing Works

Staying the Course: How Long-Term Investing Works

History offers a lesson in the value of establishing and maintaining an asset allocation that is appropriate for your financial goals.