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Navigating Longevity
3 Common Misconceptions About Living Arrangements as You Age
The vast policy gulf between the two candidates means very different potential economic impacts.
Higher interest rates and inflation may favor international investing going forward.
Mixed economic data left market participants grappling with uncertainty regarding the timing and magnitude of Fed rate cuts.
We believe market breadth and inefficiencies favor active managers.
The story of concentrated markets has historically had a very unhappy ending.
2023 was a difficult year for portfolios that focus on high-quality value stocks, but history demonstrates the potential benefits of a long-term commitment to this approach.
Global Investment Strategy
Surprisingly strong economic growth, declining inflation, and easy financial conditions have buoyed an optimistic outlook.
As the economy proves more resilient than expected, it may be time for investors to consider adding more risk. Join us to hear Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson discuss: Which areas in global equities look most attractive? Where are the opportunities in fixed income? How should investors consider positioning their portfolios?

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