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November 5, 2020
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.

A Divided Congress Is Good for Stocks, Study Says

When neither party controls both side of Capitol Hill, the S&P 500 does best, per LPL study.

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Traditional hedges are evolving. See the big picture.

Institutional investing is moving into new territory, and traditional hedges are evolving right along with it.

10 Ways to Close Public Pension Funding Gaps

NCPERS research identifies actions governments can take to close pension funding gaps without resorting to detrimental ‘knee-jerk’ reactions.

Mubadala Wants to Turn Parking Lots into Hubs for Restaurants

The Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth fund’s investment is a vote of confidence in delivery and last-mile distribution services.

In Focus: Why Wild and Crazy Bitcoin May Become a Pension Portfolio Fixture

Retirement funds and other institutions are gradually warming to cryptocurrencies.

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