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Following the 2016 presidential election and a surprise year-end stock market rally, Transamerica Chief Investment Officer Tom Wald, CFA®, is looking ahead to 2017 and how things may shake out under a dramatically different administration.
In this brief video, Tom shares his views on the stock market, interest rates, inflation, and international markets.
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"Remember history has shown, that over the long term markets will follow economic and profit cycles rather than political ones." - Transamerica Asset Management Chief Investment Officer Tom Wald, CFA®
In this video Tom looks forward, while providing some perspective on a very eventful month.
A little more than midway through 2016, stocks are at all-time highs, long-term treasury yields are at all-time lows, and returns on high-yield bonds are up about 10%. What does this mean to investors?
To help you make sense of it all, Transamerica Chief Investment Officer Tom Wald, CFA® offers his insight in this two-minute video.
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The first quarter of 2016 started off with plunging prices in stocks, high yield bonds and oil only to rebound just as sharply in the second half of the quarter.
This 2 minute video provides a recap of pertinent market events during the first quarter and is a resource designed to help guide you through what has already been a very eventful year.
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No matter how you invest in 2016, there's a good chance that rising U.S. interest rates, the strong U.S. dollar, and low oil and gas prices could affect both your wallet and your portfolio.
To help you take on the new year, Transamerica Chief Investment Officer Tom Wald, CFA®, has released his 2016 Outlook with insights on what investors should watch for.
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