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Managing Equity Risk When Rates Rise

Managing equity risk when rates rise may be difficult for investors whose risk management plan relies exclusively on asset class diversification.

Video Digest: Mean Reversion and Bond ETF Returns

A video digest of our most recent weekly research commentary on the evidence of mean reversion in returns for fixed income.

Mean Reversion and Bond ETF Returns

The fixed coupon and maturity of bonds act live gravity, causing mean reversion in returns. Short-term underperformance might suggest a positive forecast.

Did Declining Rates Actually Matter?

It is often said that the bond bull market of the last 30 years was fueled by declining interest rates: but how much did declining rates actually matter?

The Ghost of GDP Past

Challenging demographic trends make it unlikely that future GDP growth can continue at a pace consistent with past experience.

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