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The MFEA recently partnered with Casey Quirk by Deloitte on a study addressing one of the most critical issues facing our industry: Reinventing Active Management. Ben Phillips and team presented results at MFEA’s Senior Leadership Forum in New York on November 1.
In this article, we discuss why we believe market uncertainty—electoral or otherwise—is best addressed in the context of an investment process that is objective, systematic, and disciplined.
Franklin Templeton Fixed Income Group’s Chris Molumphy says despite the media frenzy surrounding the US presidential election, the implications for fixed income investors may be much more muted.
The natural inclination is to look for dividend payers with high dividend yields; however, dividend growth is a key metric to examine as well - especially as it relates to performance.
Recent U.S. presidential elections have had minimal market impacts, and the 2016 race, though unusual in many respects, has thus far been no exception.
It seems like everyone has been saying we’re going to have a correction, or a bear market, or worse a recession. What do you know? The polar opposite has happened. Thus far the market is hitting new highs.