Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed; What To Do?
|Thursday, 22 March 2018Michael Bowen (Vice President, PineBridge Investments)|
Sunny Ng (Senior Vice President & Portfolio Manager - Multi-Asset Investments, PineBridge Investments)
|The year ahead promises to be disruptive to many industries, companies - and consensus views. And one of the most important calls to make is the market regime and cycle - the ups and downs of economic/business activity and how it translates to asset prices. In particular, making the right call on the market regime can help guide key risk-on or risk-off decisions as well as portfolio structure and asset allocation. Unlike most analysts who believe we are late in the global business and/or market cycle, we see many classic mid-cycle characteristics amidst an unfolding reflationary regime, driving a reflation of confidence, investment, and, finally, inflation. Understanding the new regime can help position your portfolio for success in both the intermediate- and long-term. Join Sunny Ng, CFA, Portfolio Manager, Global Multi-Asset, during this insightful session where he shares PineBridge Investments' unconventional views on market regime drivers, which have driven successful asset allocation decisions and active returns across the global markets. In this session, he will cover:
- The drivers that have led to regime change and how they will evolve in the intermediate term
- The disruptive trends across industries, expectations and business models and how it impacts where we are in the cycle
- Factors supporting a mid-cycle stage and what this means in the intermediate- and long-term
- Mid-cycle portfolio positioning and key actions advisors need to consider now
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