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The top five most-read posts of 2017

The top 5 most-read posts of 2017

2017 was a busy year for the WIRE blog. We saw a massive uptick in readership, which we take as proof in readers’ interest in topics ranging from multi-asset investing to the low-return imperative to manager research. As we head into 2018, take a look back at the blog posts that received the highest levels

January 5, 2018 Categories: Investment Strategy, Multi-asset

Is a recession on the horizon?

In the first of our series showcasing the best of Russell Investments’ Annual Investment Summit, Andrew Pease presents his three potential market scenarios.   Wall of worry or slope of hope?   For the past year it feels that we’ve been climbing the wall of worry. Markets have had to overcome the Trump election; the

Are you where you need to be?

The last twelve months have seen equity market valuations rise and bond yields decrease against a backdrop of political surprises. There is no magic crystal ball – but as investors, we are constantly required to ask ourselves: ‘is my portfolio best positioned for the future?’.   Manage risks, not returns   It was the Dean

Nov 9, 2017 Categories: Investment Strategy, Multi-asset

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