2015’s market results were generally disappointing. Even diversified portfolios were likely in negative territory, leaving investors with “nowhere to run.”
Opportunities, concerns, and possible surprises with upside potential for the year ahead, as viewed by Newfleet’s sector specialists.
Bond market liquidity has not declined to the worrisome extent the media portrays. While the situation requires close attention, there’s no need to panic, and may even present opportunities for value investors.
Gavin Counsell, FIA, Senior Portfolio Manager, Multi-Asset, Aviva Investors
New year, same old (volatility) story. Brief but timely thoughts on the recent market unrest.
Doug Foreman, CIO, Kayne Anderson Rudnick
We are no longer in a strong rising tide that lifts all boats type of environment. Stock picking really matters.
Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.
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