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Asset allocation Dry summer for stocks
Bonds are likely to take the upper hand over equities this summer, as liquidity dries up and economic growth slows.
Pictet Asset Management Strategy Unit July 2018
Emerging Markets Should we worry about emerging market debt levels?
Patrick Zweifel, Chief Economist June 2018
Search for income The trouble with bonds
Andres Sanchez Balcazar, Head of Global Bonds July 2018
Asset allocation It's all about the sectors
Andrew Cole, Head of Multi Asset London July 2018
Asset allocation A Secular Outlook: learn to love risk
Our five-year asset class return forecasts
Pictet Asset Management Strategy Unit June 2018
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Controlling volatility
Experience shows institutional investors are better able to meet their investment objectives if they can control the volatility of their portfolios and preserve capital during periods of market turbulence. At Pictet Asset Management, we believe there are a number of strategies that can perform these essential functions.
Search for income The trouble with bonds
Quantitative easing and its effects on fixed income markets are here to stay. Investors ignore that at their peril.
Andres Sanchez Balcazar, Head of Global Bonds July 2018
Thematic investing Ten years of Pictet-Digital
The tenth anniversary of the Pictet-Digital fund is a good occasion on which to look at how all kinds of everyday things move into the digital world;...
July 2018
Asset allocation It's all about the sectors
As economies and central banks around the world move in lock-step, capital allocation by sector – rather than region – should prove a more effective...
Andrew Cole, Head of Multi Asset London July 2018
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