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5 Second-Half Tips for Investors

The back half of 2014 has the potential for greater economic growth, but also more downside risks for investors, says US Investment Strategist Kristina Hooper.

Credit Statistics Continue to Support High Yield

CIO Fixed Income US Doug Forsyth says limited expected market volatility, low interest rates and modest economic growth are three key drivers of a positive long-term outlook for the high-yield bond market.

A Fed-Fueled Market, for Better or Worse

CIO NFJ Ben Fischer delivers his 2014 mid-year outlook, focusing on the end of the Fed’s bond-buying program and how high-quality, dividend-paying stocks should respond when QE is eliminated.

The Sum of Patience and Prudent Diversification

CIO Multi Asset US Steve Sexauer’s mid-year outlook highlights a continuation of financial repression, rising valuations and three possible paths for the economy. Coping with market and policy uncertainty will require both discipline and diversification.

Sticking With Stocks Amid a Mixed-Bag Recovery

CIO Equity US Scott Migliori sees higher volatility and potentially a pullback before the end of the year, particularly as the Fed’s interest-rate decision comes into focus. But stocks remain the most attractive option for investors amid conflicting data.

Deconstructing the State of the Housing Recovery

The rebound in the US housing market has slowed in the first half of 2014 for a number of reasons. But local economies and their respective job markets tell the real story. Kristina Hooper breaks it down.

FOMC Reveals Few Surprises

US Investment Strategist Kristina Hooper breaks down the June 18 FOMC announcement, including what it means for markets, monetary policy and investors.

May Jobs Report: 4 Key Takeaways

US Investment Strategist Kristina Hooper analyzes the May employment report, including what it means for monetary policy, markets and investors.

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