Who were the big winners of 2020? We rank the S&P performance of 11 sectors—and provide possible explanations on why...
How Do Countries Compensate Investors for Equity Risk? When investors purchase stocks internationally, they are exposed to additional risks. Companies may have higher volatility based on...
It’s important for investors to identify which sustainability issues they’re most exposed to. Find out more in this breakdown of ESG risk by industry.
How much influence do elections have? We show U.S dollar performance after U.S. elections to illustrate there's no clear trend between the two.
Election jitters prompt investors to put their money in low-risk assets. We analyze why this may not be the best idea for your portfolio’s asset mix.
How have U.S. elections historically impacted market volatility? With elections nearing, we look at over 90 years of market data.
How long could U.S. interest rates hover near zero? This 200-year chart puts rates into context, as the Federal Reserve projects no change until 2023.
This diagram showing the hierarchy of financial needs is a direct spin-off of American psychologist Abraham Maslow's famous concept.
Which countries have the highest macroeconomic risk? This macroeconomic risk map shows how countries are positioned going forward in 2020.
Financial goals continuously evolve as we approach retirement. Finding our place on the investor lifecycle can prepare us for what's ahead.