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November 10, 2020
In Focus: Renewables’ Biggest Obstacle to Being Good Long-Term Investments?

A lack of decent battery storage capability. The race is on to improve that, though.

Here’s a Bullish Call: JPM Says We’re Entering ‘Market Nirvana’

The bank credits split government, a possible vaccine, Fed actions, and possible trade war abatement.

Why Brown Is Beating the Other Ivies
Infrastructure Boosts Canadian Plans, Why Not US Ones?
Congress Mulls Expanding 401(k) Enrollments, Easing Retirement Fund Withdrawals
How to Take Advantage of the Coming Market Surge
Expect More Inflation Ahead, but Not 1970s Levels, BlackRock Says
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Fallen Angels in Focus

Fallen angels, or issuers that are downgraded from investment grade to high yield, can represent significant risk or reward depending on your vantage point and investment guidelines.

Funded Status of US Corporate Pensions Rises $21 Billion in October

Aggregate deficit of 100 largest defined benefit plans falls to lowest level since March.

Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund Returns 3.05% in Q2

World’s largest pension fund grows to $1.62 trillion with $47.64 billion quarterly gain and is on pace for its best year ever.

Move to the Middle: Accessing Today’s Middle Market Lending Opportunities

Helping institutional investors address timely challenges, including generating yield and providing low-volatility, low-correlated returns.

Op-Ed: Should Allocators Un-Core Their Core Bond Portfolio?

With yields at historic lows, longtime investor Tony Waskiewicz says investment offices might want to take another look at the allocation that used to be ‘worry free,’ but is now a source of consternation.

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