Understand emerging markets opportunities and the American Century advantage.
By Brent Puff - July 5, 2018
First, let me state the obvious: there’s a lot going on in the world today, and much of it is affecting the markets, at least in the short-term.
Whether we’re talking about trade wars, rising interest rates and inflation, or heating and cooling geo-politics, all of it has been giving investors something extra to consider in recent months.
Now let me state something else that should be obvious by now: at American Century Investments, we’re long-term, bottom-up asset managers who work to uncover companies that will thrive—regardless of the swirling economic/political noise.
In the video below, you’ll hear my thoughts on market fundamentals and whether the threat of rising inflation could begin to put a damper on the nine-year bull market we’ve enjoyed.
But as closely as we’re watching inflation and employment rates, we’re even more focused on the metric that tends to drive our buy, sell and hold decisions: corporate profits.
Sr. Client Portfolio Manager Laura Granger discusses ways to find growth opportunities outside the U.S. in a decelerating growth environment.
Sr. Portfolio Manager Rajesh Gandhi explains how his team finds ways to “connect the dots” to find growth businesses despite looming trade wars.
Economic activity around the world is softening, which Sr. Portfolio Manager Brent Puff believes could make finding future growth more challenging.
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.
In the world of investments, little is certain. Sr. PM Brent Puff explains what he sees are the important factors affecting equity markets.
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