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Scott Glasser discusses the market's pullback in October and the return of volatility
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Western | October 16,2014
Time to switch gears after a decade of fast growth? Where can investors seek income in both equity and fixed income markets?
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Western | October 15,2014
Europe cuts rates, announces asset-backed purchases
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Brandywine Global | October 13,2014
Tracy Chen provides insight on the European securitized debt market.
Western | October 10,2014
John Bellows discusses reasons why financial conditions could remain accommodative even if interest rates rise
Legg Mason | October 9,2014
Master Limited Partnerships: An Introduction
Western | October 7,2014
Chia-Liang Lian discusses why EM growth could be a secular trend, not an aberration
ClearBridge | September 22,2014
Brian Angerame and Derek Deutsch discuss the potential benefits of high-quality mid-cap stocks in an asset allocation
ClearBridge | September 22,2014
Brian Angerame and Derek Deutsch highlight characteristics of mid-cap stocks
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ClearBridge | September 19,2014
As investors turn to a wider range of asset classes for income, REITs represent a valuable source of diversification
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Brandywine Global | September 11,2014
The potential benefits of using global bonds as part of a diversified portfolio


Poll

Which Asian country will have the strongest growth in the coming year?








Poll

Which Asian country will have the strongest growth in the coming year?

Japan, as Shinzo Abe's policy initiatives take hold
(17%)
India, as Narendra Modi's new government enacts changes
(42%)
China, as Xi Jinping's reforms promote a stronger financial sector
(18%)
South Korea, as President Park Geun-hye's plan to boost growth bears fruit
(23%)



Previous month Poll

Go for growth: Where will a global recovery be strongest this year?

Europe, as countries emerge from bailouts
(43%)
US, as consumers regain optimism
(40%)
Japan, as stimulus programs begin to bear fruit
(7%)
China, as reform and pro-growth policies continue
(10%)