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Our Capital Markets and Thematic Research team outlines six “pro-factual” factors that can guide investors through a world that’s increasingly influenced by irrationality. Topping the list: Keep an eye on Brexit, European elections and US fiscal spending.
Although some view robo-advice as a passing trend, it has the potential to help investors and advisors alike, according to two new Grassroots Research surveys. Some advisors are even using the technology to manage smaller accounts more efficiently, which could bring more investors into the advice realm.
Despite continued political risks in Europe and tepid expectations for the US, the global economy seems set to grow – albeit at an inconsistent pace. Investors should expect the reflation theme to persist, yields to feel upward pressure and politics to remain a key issue.
With his victory as France’s new president-elect, Emmanuel Macron can celebrate – for now. Much will depend on whether he can secure a clear parliamentary majority in June. Nevertheless, this win for pro-EU Macron should help investors see the more positive side to the European story.
Greece is back in the headlines amid continuing talks over its international bailout programme. As its economy continues struggling, what hard lessons can Greece and the EU learn from Iceland, which found a way to turn short-term pain into long-term gain?
The highly valued US equity market has served many investors well in recent years, but investors should watch for several factors that could exert downward pressure on stocks. Topping the list: Trumponomics troubles and growing fears of inflation.
As the Netherlands sorts out its new parliament and Article 50 looms, France and Germany will be the next to head to the polls. Will growing populism and anti-Europe sentiment move the EU away from integration toward dis-integration?