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The five-year bull market won't tell you everything about investment managers' performance.
This portfolio manager says the world’s largest democracy shows no signs of cooling off in 2015.
Challenges remain in these countries, especially if there's a strong U.S. dollar.
Equity volatility represents an investible asset class which is geared toward turning uncertainty into a source of opportunity, say these managers.
The Dow Jones industrial index should grow to at least 20,000, which is shaping up as a good year for mid-cap and small-cap stocks, according to Gene Peroni Jr., portfolio manager at AAM.
The world economy will likely undergo huge changes in the decades ahead that could have important implications for investors.
The U.S. economy shows little sign that it can go back to the 3 percent-plus average growth it enjoyed before the 2008 crash, says this investment manager.
Declining oil prices are among the factors that will contribute to near-term volatility, Calamos CIO Gary Black says, but he sees continued upside for U.S. stocks in 2015.
China’s rulers recently missed an opportunity to begin dealing with an important long-term obstacle to the country’s continued growth and stability.
Blood on the streets of Europe means it's time to buy, especially in Germany.
Clients listening only to headlines can misunderstand rollovers and tax deductions.
The question for advisors is how best to choose the right managers.
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