Investing Outlooks

Secular Outlook for Global Growth: 2017-2036

Fidelity shares how slower growth is expected to result in a lower-than-historical-average interest-rate climate and be less of a tailwind to equities.

2017 Fixed Income Mid-Year Review

Dodge & Cox takes a look at the factors that influenced bond markets over the first half of the year.

Gold: The Love Trade vs. The Fear Trade

How is gold expected to benefit from rising incomes in emerging markets? U.S. Global Investors provides insight and more on gold investing.

Faced with Increased Volatility, Institutions Embrace Risk

Institutional investors are reevaluating investment strategies and resetting market assumptions amid political and economic uncertainty, according to a new study by Natixis Global Asset Management.

Dispelling the Myths of International Investing

Fidelity shares how there are multiple reasons to consider an increased allocation to this often-misunderstood asset class. 

Post-Election Outlook: Parsing Investment Opportunities From Potential New Policy

Fidelity leaders discuss how potential new U.S. policy under a Trump Administration and Republican Congress may influence the financial markets

Perspective on Rising Interest Rates

Fidelity investment leaders discuss the economic and asset allocation implications of higher interest rates in 2017.

U.S. Equity Sector 2017 Outlook

Fidelity sector portfolio managers provide their perspectives on disruptors and subsequent investment opportunities in 2017.

Secular Outlook for Global Growth: 2016-2035

Slower growth is expected to result in a lower-than-historical-average interest-rate climate and be less of a tailwind to equities

What Could Go Right in 2017

Things didn’t always go as expected in 2016. With that in mind, Legg Mason asked its investment managers to identify what could happen if things go right in 2017.

4 Small-Cap Specialists on 2017

Four veteran small-cap portfolio managers from The Royce Funds share how key developments in 2016 are shaping their 2017 outlook and portfolio positioning.

Time for a Defined Benefit Revolution

2016 was a year of revolutionary changes. So what does that mean for 2017?