While rate hikes are imminent in the short term, historical data shows that real interest rates tend to decline after pandemics for nearly 40 years.
Broadly speaking, Fed tapering is the reversal of quantitative easing. We show the history of Federal Reserve bond tapering and how it works.
From residential to retail, are there patterns in real estate return on investment? We rank them by sector over the last decade to find out.
Alternative assets — assets beyond stocks and bonds — are projected to grow by 62% from 2020-2025. Here’s which ones may grow the fastest.
The economic recovery has not been even. We show the increase in Americans' financial health by race, income, gender, and location.
We show the assets under management of various sustainable investing strategies to see which ones are the most and least popular.
Investors may want to buy the dip when values drop or buy the rise when values climb. We compare these strategies with simply following a plan.
To give context to the Wall Street vs Main Street debate, we compare S&P 500 returns and U.S. GDP growth since 1980.
Infrastructure refers to any asset that provides an essential service. In today's interconnected world, data centers are exactly that.
From 2018-2020, global sustainable investing assets grew by 15% to reach $35.3 trillion. Here’s how they break down across five major markets.