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Vantage » Research Note - April 2017

April 21, 2017 | Market Commentary

In the early 1700s, one of the most popular stocks in England was that of the South Sea Company, which traded goods in the Americas and other parts of the world. With European overseas expansion in full swing, these types of companies appealed to many investors, including one-Sir Isaac Newton. …

Markets & Economy » 2017 Could be the Year of the Active Manager

February 10, 2017 | Active Management

It has been said that those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. With the value of active management called into question in recent years, we are compelled to consider our history to see what we might be able to glean about the realities of today’s environment. Active …

Chris Petrosino

Managing Director of Quantitative Strategies Group

Library » Product Spotlight: Disciplined Value Series

February 06, 2017 | Investment Themes

Managing Director of Quantitative Strategies Group, Chris Petrosino, discusses our Disciplined Value Series. For more information about any of the Manning & Napier Fund, Inc. Mutual Fund Series, please view the Series' prospectuses. For complete information about each Series or for …

Library » Webinar: Where to Stash Your Cash

October 14, 2016 | Fixed Income

The current regulatory and low interest rate environments are forcing organizations to re-think their cash management strategy. Marc Bushallow, Managing Director of Fixed Income, and Joseph Rulison, CEO of three+one discuss today’s environment, how it impacts your organization, and cash management …

Marc Bushallow

Managing Director, Fixed Income

Library » Comparing Traditional Cash Management Strategies

August 17, 2016 | Fixed Income

Traditionally, organizations have earned income on deposits through Earnings Credit Rates, Money Market Deposit Accounts, and Certificates of Deposit. However, the amount of income earned from these cash management strategies has significantly declined over the years and is not poised to return …

Markets & Economy » Addressing Long-Term Goals During Short-Term Volatility

January 26, 2016 | Market Commentary

Assumptions about future returns are made every day by a wide variety of investors. These assumptions are often based on annualized returns that can mask tremendous amounts of performance variation. For instance, a simple blended portfolio consisting of 55% U.S. Large Cap stocks and 45% …


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