College savings plans can help companies boost their employee benefits packages.
As the National People’s Congress convenes, we highlight three government priorities to watch.
While robos can help simplify processes, human relationships are key to satisfaction, says one investment survey.
If an issuer defaults, insurance firms can make sure your payments don’t stop.
In December, the US Federal Reserve (Fed) raised interest rates, as predicted, and raised expectations for more increases in 2017. At Invesco Fixed Income, we believe one of the best ways to handle a rising interest rate environment is to have a portfolio diversified across different credit-related asset classes.
Uncertainty about US trade policy changes that could potentially harm emerging market economies dragged them down 4% during the fourth quarter of 2016, underperforming developed markets by 2%.1 Yet emerging market economies generally showed positive signs, with exports beginning to recover, commodity prices rebounding, and inflation remaining benign.
Being a deep value investor can be a lonely endeavor. We crunch the numbers to find unloved companies that we believe have bright futures ahead — years ahead, in many cases. But if you wait long enough, market sentiment can shift and your previously unloved holdings may suddenly appear on everyone’s radar screen.
When most investors think of diversification, they think about including stocks and bonds in their portfolio, or US and international investments. Fewer investors think about diversifying among investment vehicles — such as active mutual funds, factor-based exchange-traded funds or passive benchmark strategies.
Learn why Invesco Unit Trusts views information technology as a critical part of the infrastructure category.
Trump’s tax and infrastructure proposals will soon face the reality of US debt and monetary policy. We analyze what to expect next.