Rampart Investment Management Company, LLC
Under certain market conditions, price action can become irrational. One such price action is known as a “whipsaw," a large downward/upward move quickly followed by a rebound or recovery, such as the S&P 500 Index experienced this summer in the aftermath of the “Brexit” vote. A close look at the historical track record shows that whipsaws are, in fact, rare.
Kayne Anderson Rudnick
Jon K. Christensen, CFA, Portfolio Manager, Kayne Anderson Rudnick
A summary of the Small Cap Core strategy's performance in the third quarter of 2016.
Virtus Chief Market Strategist Joe Terranova and Director of Investment Education Brian Portnoy, Ph.D., CFA discuss current happenings in the global markets.
Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.
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