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Vantage » Research Note - September 2016

August 29, 2016 | Market Commentary

Once again equity markets have demonstrated their ability to bounce back from a flare up in volatility. The market shock from the unexpected victory for the “Leave” camp in the United Kingdom’s referendum on membership in the European Union has faded, and the VIX is once again near multi-year …

Library » Using Derivatives in the Fixed Income Markets

October 16, 2015 | Investment Themes

Introduction While derivatives may have a negative connotation to some investors, it is common for fixed income managers to simply utilize them as risk management tools to adjust exposure to interest rate, credit, and currency risk rather than a means to take on excessive risk/leverage. As such, …

Endowments & Foundations » Managing Spending Needs in Today’s Low Interest Rate Environment

July 20, 2015 | Market Commentary

Introduction For many investors, the need for current income to support spending needs is a primary investment objective. For example, investors that may place a priority on maintaining stability of current income needs include: High net worth investors in or near retirement Endowment/ …

Library » Webinar: Searching for Income in a Low-Yield World

July 07, 2015 | Investment Themes

With yields below average, searching for income to meet your investors' goals can be challenging. In order to find value, you must understand the risks that are involved with fixed income portfolio decisions. Managing Director, Christopher Petrosino, and Darin Leone, Portfolio Strategist, discuss …

Library » The Hidden Risk of Fixed Income Indexing

June 18, 2015 | Investment Themes

Introduction Conventional wisdom is to check the oil in your car at regular intervals. While there has been some debate as to how often to change it, there is no arguing that your car’s engine couldn’t run for very long without oil. However, to say that the purpose of oil is to keep the engine …


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