Understand emerging markets opportunities and the American Century advantage.
Can my investments do well while the companies I invest in do good? This is a question many investors ask as they consider portfolios that assess ESG factors as part of the investment process.
Focusing on quality has historically led us to companies with strong financial and ESG characteristics.
There's a lot of talk about ESG investing. However, few managers have focused on emerging markets—and that's where we see a lot of potential.
Biden has pledged to work with Republicans on Capitol Hill. Failing that, he won’t be powerless to pursue his agenda.
We believe the travel industry might be poised to rebound significantly.
Laura Granger, CFA, and Jonathan Bauman, CFA, review and analyze corporate earnings reports and management commentary driving global equity markets.
The 2021 outlook for global small caps from Sr. Client Portfolio Manager, Jim Shore.
Investors might consider positioning their portfolios in an effort to take
advantage of these potential opportunities.
Exposure to small-cap equities could benefit investors in 2021 and beyond.
We believe active outperformance results from making investment decisions within
the context of a company’s stage of development—rather than in isolation over a
short horizon—and supported by differentiated, rigorous fundamental research.
As many predicted, we find ourselves in an unsettled situation as election officials nationwide count votes in the contentious U.S. presidential election.
Each generation of wireless technology enabled faster speeds and innovation. Could 5G also pave the way for improved social and environmental issues?
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is one example that demonstrates the pitfalls of investing based on political outcomes.
Find out why we view Tesla as a transformative technology company positioned for growth well into the future.
Market expectations are low coming out of 2018. Sr. Portfolio Manager Brent Puff explains the potential implications for global growth markets in 2019.
January 10, 2019
Trade war aside, Sr. Portfolio Manager Patricia Ribeiro is still finding opportunities to invest in China. Find out how in her latest quarterly update.
We see opportunities in under-the-radar companies like laser manufacturers, but you can’t take a passive approach to finding them.
New investment opportunities in emerging markets (EM) are resulting from the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on consumer behavior.
We believe focusing on companies’ potential for long-term, sustainable earnings growth is key to helping endure the economic downturn fueled by COVID-19.
“Unprecedented” sounds cliché, but it’s still the best way to describe the current market and economic situation. What does that mean for value investing?
Trying to find the best opportunities globally within small cap companies.
Learn why we believe high-quality, dividend-paying U.S. companies may offer solid risk/reward potential.
Despite the first quarter market rally, Global & Non-U.S. Equity Portfolio Manager Brent Puff notes slowing global growth. What’s that mean? The pace of corporate profits is under pressure, which means a more difficult backdrop for equities.
Despite the fears gripping emerging markets, we see attractive opportunities for long-term investors.
Senior Portfolio Manager Trevor Gurwich explains why the larger opportunity set and domestic focus of global small-cap equities make them well positioned to weather market pressures in the current environment.
In this highlights video, Trevor Gurwich, Vice President and Senior Portfolio Manager, Global and Non-U.S. Small Cap Equity, discusses his outlook for global small cap stocks.
A more positive environment for active value investing