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Research in Action: Staying Invested Through Market Volatility
A diversified portfolio of 60% stocks and 40% bonds has not provided the buffer it normally does against market volatility in 2022. But that’s not a reason to give up on markets, says Adam Hetts, Global Head of Portfolio Construction and Strategy. In this discussion, he explains ways to help fortify investment portfolios for the current environment and why it’s so important to stay invested.
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Research in Action: EVs Drive into a New Lane for Investors
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Global Perspectives: Opportunities from ESG headwinds
Head of Global Sustainable Equities Hamish Chamberlayne and Portfolio Manager Aaron Scully join Adam Hetts, Global Head of Portfolio Construction and Strategy. In this podcast they discuss key ESG factors influencing sustainable investing, including Russia, energy price inflation and the rotation away from growth equities, alongside the longer-term structural opportunities generated during current market volatility.
Research in Action: The Commodities Comeback
On this episode of Research in Action, Director of Research Matt Peron is joined by Research Analyst Chris O’Malley to discuss rising commodity prices. The Russia/Ukraine crisis has been a major driver of price spikes in recent months, but for some commodities, such as copper, structural dynamics could keep prices elevated for longer and drive revenue growth. Investors who are underweight the sector should take note.