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How to Play the Commodity 'Super' Selloff

July 27, 2015We're witnessing at least a temporary end to the bull market in commodities, which has implications for how investors diversify their portfolios over the shorter term, writes Kristina Hooper.

For the Fed, Later Liftoff Is Likely

July 16, 2015 CIO NFJ Ben Fischer discusses the economic backdrop for the second half of the year, the implications for monetary policy and where he’s finding attractively priced dividend-paying stocks.

Pending Fed Action a Buy Signal for US Stocks

July 15, 2015 If rates rise this year, it will be for equity-friendly reasons, writes CIO Equity US Scott Migliori. Investors might want to "buy the news" and overweight health care, tech and other sectors not sensitive to global growth concerns.

Analyzing 3 Factors Driving Global Markets

July 15, 2015 Global CIO Andreas Utermann outlines the investment implications of key market movers as we enter the second half of 2015: the spike in bond yields, Greece's debt crisis and China's equity woes.

Managing Known and Unknown Risks

July 15, 2015 After a dynamic first six months of 2015, Co-CIO Multi Asset US Giorgio Carlino assesses a range of risks for investors to watch: central-bank policies, currency volatility, reflationary pressures and the "unknown unknowns."

5 Second-Half Tips for Investors

July 14, 2015 The last six months of 2015 are looking a lot like last year's back half, says US Investment Strategist Kristina Hooper, with the potential for greater economic growth and added downside risks. Now's the time to check portfolios and make adjustments.

Follow the Facts, Not the Fed

July 14, 2015 Rate-watchers should note that the Fed will hike rates only when the economy is ready, says CIO US Income & Growth Strategies Doug Forsyth. And history shows that, on average, risk assets have performed well both before and after initial rate hikes.

3 Key Themes Driving European Stocks

July 13, 2015 What's next for European equities after a strong first half of the year? CIO Equity Europe Neil Dwane says rising M&A activity, a weaker euro and the long-awaited great rotation from bonds to stocks add up to a clear opportunity for investors.

Investment Styles to Watch in Second Half

July 13, 2015 Global equities had a solid start while key macro trend reversals turned last year's winning investment strategies on their ears, writes Co-CIO Systematic Equity Klaus Teloeken. Look to value and small cap to reign in the coming environment.

What Volatility Really Means

July 8, 2015 Despite predictions of a jump in 2015, the VIX has historically shown the ability to stay lower than many believe possible. CIO US Structured Products Greg Tournant outlines the root causes and implications of volatility in today’s market environment.

Dividend Payers Well-Suited for Rising Rates

July 7, 2015 The timing of Fed liftoff may be up in the air, but it's inevitable that interest rates will rise. History shows that dividend-paying stocks tend to outperform after the initial rate hike in a tightening cycle, says portfolio manager Burns McKinney.

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