We just published our October "Market Cycle Guidebook", which is one of the main reports in our institutional investment research service.
The monthly Market Cycle Guidebook is designed to be a practical tactical asset allocation guidebook for global multi-asset investors.
It focuses on illuminating the key drivers of risk and return across a global multi-asset universe, with the intention of generating actionable conclusions and meaningful insights for medium-term active asset allocation decisions.
Key features of the Market Cycle Guidebook: -Front page snapshot summary on the global economic cycle, monetary policy, and valuations -Market performance snapshot & commentary /highlights -Summary views across asset classes (short and medium term); basically an "AA cheat sheet"
-TAA/DAA guide visually mapping those views -Monthly updated Capital Market Assumptions -And of course, over 70 charts illuminating the key medium-term drivers of risk and return across a global multi-asset universe
-Australia/New Zealand appendix (since we're down this part of the world!)
Some of the key takeaways from the latest edition:
-Global economic recovery remains largely on-track
--but some of the big tailwinds are starting to fade
---rising bond yields, rate hikes in EM, falling fiscal impulse
--meanwhile inflation pressures remain intense
---backlogs/supply disruption continues to bite
---some measures of capacity utilization have bounced back sharply
--increasing risk of a policy mistake as central banks walk a fine line
---monetary policy is now a source vs suppressor of volatility
-Remain overweight growth assets vs defensive assets
--longer cycle is still in play; favoring growth assets
--but increasingly focused on short-term risk signals and cycle map
--paying closer attention to old reliable signposts for the macro/market cycle
--short-term focused on the risk outlook in emerging markets
---also mindful that our bond market risk indicators are still sounding warnings
The report is designed for active asset allocators, and professional investors who require top-down input in their investment process.
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