Capturing the Rubber Band Effect: How We Do Deep Value
Are value equity strategies now in a similar position to the fall of 2016, the last time the “rubber band” snapped back?
The Divergence in Global Growth: Q1 2019 Market Outlook & Reviews
The declining growth rates in 2018 could mean that investors approach 2019 with greater trepidation while bracing for impact. PGIM’s leading macroeconomists and investment experts provide their perspectives on the implications of the pause in quantitative easing by the Fed, a weakening US dollar, more decisive stimulus from China, major occupier and investment trends influencing global real estate markets and much more.
What Hamilton Has to Teach Us About Todays Market
Using the phenomenally successful Broadway musical as an allegory, Maggie Stumpp teases apart exactly what is – and is not – a crowded trade, and why it matters for investors hoping to insulate portfolios from the types of disruptions we could face in the months and years ahead.
Another Sharp Pullback, but Not the Start of a Bear Market
The sharp pullback in stocks seen in October is another correction in an ongoing bull market, not the start of a bear market, according to QMA’s Global Multi-Asset Solutions team in a new Market Pulse.