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Insurers are dealing with the return of liquidity challenges, as rates continue to climb and bond issuance declines. How are index-based strategies helping insurers measure and address liquidity in this changing yield landscape?
Amid concerns of increased market volatility, rising rates and high inflation, advisors are looking for ways to access income. Both dividend growth and high-yield dividend strategies have generated interest, but how do they compare?
As the climate investing conversation plays out on the global stage, all eyes are on a formidable challenge: net zero. What does net zero alignment really mean and how are today’s investors stepping up to the plate to make it a reality?
Amidst today’s volatile market conditions, dividend strategies have become increasingly popular. With this in mind, what should investors consider when evaluating these strategies?
For 20 years, our S&P Indices vs. Active (SPIVA®) Scorecards have shown that in most markets, passive beats active over the long-term. Today, many advisors are using SPIVA data to make more informed portfolio allocations by identifying when and where indexing has outperformed.
How can wealth managers strike the right balance between rules-based and human analysis-based approaches to thematic investing? While rules-based approaches may not capture the whole picture, human-led active thematic strategies may expose investors to higher fees and emotion-driven decisions.
Persistent inflation, rising interest rates, supply-chain disruptions and concerns about a possible recession have created a perfect storm for bond and equity markets. What does this mean for insurers as they consider both their asset allocation and the products they bring to market?
The Fed raised its benchmark interest rate three-quarters of a percentage point, the biggest hike since 1994. Rising inflation makes equity investments less appealing to some and may encourage investors to seek out assets that have historically provided some hedge against inflation such as commodities, inflation-linked bonds, REITs, natural resource stocks and gold.
Join S&P Dow Jones Indices and leading industry practitioners as they discuss the role that factors can play in navigating volatility, concentration risk and more.
As interest rates continue to climb amid volatility and inflation, many advisors are reconsidering allocations, using more precise index-based tools to manage risk and diversify sources of yield.
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