Non-US Developed Markets Outlook

Non-US Developed Markets Outlook

The Non-U.S. Developed markets—defined primarily by Western Europe, the United Kingdom, and Japan—have struggled over the last several years from slowing economic growth, less effective monetary policy, political uncertainty, little to no fiscal stimulus, and concerns...
The Value of Pensions

The Value of Pensions

Amid a pandemic, a recession, and an upcoming election, changes to pension rules are easy to miss. However, the US Department of Labor’s rule change[i] proposed last Tuesday, June 23, would profoundly complicate the already challenging task of effectively...

Why Invest?

The past week, investors bought up millions of shares of Hertz, a bankrupt rental car company that’s stock is essentially worthless.[i] And so many investors piled into wanna-be electric vehicle maker, Nikola, that its market value briefly matched that of Ford...