Insights

Q1 2017: Smooth Sailing, For Now

04/07/2017
Vital Signs
In Q1 the market experienced the longest streak of low volatility in over 30 years. An important question to ask ourselves now: What do we need to own in our portfolios that can provide diversification when volatility strikes again?

April Market Insights with Joe Terranova [Podcast]

04/05/2017
Vital Signs
Monthly market review podcast featuring Virtus' Chief Market Strategist Joe Terranova and Director of Investment Education Brian Portnoy, Ph.D., CFA.

March Market Insights with Joe Terranova [Podcast]

03/03/2017
Vital Signs
Monthly market review podcast featuring Virtus' Chief Market Strategist Joe Terranova and Director of Investment Education Brian Portnoy, Ph.D., CFA.

Joe Terranova's Market Insights: February "Vital Signs" [Podcast]

02/06/2017
Vital Signs
Virtus' Chief Market Strategist Joe Terranova offers insights on the latest market activity in a monthly podcast discussion with Director of Investment Education Brian Portnoy, Ph.D., CFA.

Assets in Wonderland: 2016 in Perspective

01/24/2017
Vital Signs
Market insights on the performance of capital markets in Q4 and full-year 2016. From its March 2009 bottom through the end of 2016, the S&P 500 gained 291%. However, most investors did not capture such massive returns.

Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.

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