Understand emerging markets opportunities and the American Century advantage.
In a recent Asset TV Institutional Masterclass panel, Abdelak Adjriou, Co-Portfolio Manager, EMD-Total Return Strategy, discusses a variety of topics as they relate to emerging markets debt.
When investors seek our advice, we recommend ESG integration. This approach helps increase portfolio diversification and maximizes the integration of both ESG quality and alpha-related inputs.
In this Market Perspective, the Disciplined Equity team reviews 10 key things investors should keep in mind when investing in China and A-shares in particular.
American Century Investments views passive and active strategies as complementary tools for achieving successful investment outcomes.
We believe the reappearance of volatility may constrain performance for investors using a traditional benchmark approach to emerging markets debt investing.
Understanding emerging markets opportunities and the American Century advantage.
An Innovative, Custom Solution to target-date fund (TDF) Evaluation and Selection.
We see attractive long-term investment opportunities selling at a discount.
Explaination of why we are reducing risk and aiming to lock in some gains for investors from mid-career through to those in retirement.
Discussion of the rationale for including emerging markets equities in both equity-only and balanced portfolios, evaluating risk and return characteristics, and looking at portfolio outcomes for a modest allocation to the asset class.
Learn about the benefits of alpha diversification, with practical advice on how to choose an optimal mix of underlying fund managers.
Learn about an evolution in our approach, research supporting our conclusion, the intended benefits for target-date fund (TDF) investors.
We discuss passive and active strategies, as they are tools investors should consider.
Investors are keenly aware of the opportunities the global economy offers. Portfolio Manager Raj Gandhi digs into our process for finding these non-U.S. large-cap equity prospects.
Tracking long-term secular trends to capture growth in emerging markets companies.
The debate about the relative merits of active versus passive management approaches has arrived at the doorstep of retirement plan sponsors.
A look at the historical roots of quantitative investing and the enduring qualities that continue to make it a viable, attractive approach.
We discuss how small-cap stocks can help provide portfolio diversification and performance potential.
Q&A with Chief Investment Officer, Kevin Toney. We believe investing in high-quality stocks may offer the best way to avoid value traps and deliver solid risk-adjusted returns.
Discussion of why fears of potential oversupply conditions and lower oil prices may be overstated.
History, macroeconomic, and secular trends support continued strength in emerging markets.
We discuss how the move to cities will have a dramatic impact on emerging markets.
Reasons for Optimism: The Importance of Differentiation in the Age of Trumponomics.
Client Portfolio Manager Nancy Pilotte spoke with Portfolio Manager Radu Gabudean about income diversification and professional management and how they can help investors achieve the competing goals of income, total return, and risk management.
Our U.S. Value Equity Team believes there are opportunities in well-managed retailers whose business models will enable them to successfully withstand or incorporate secular trends into their business models.
We answer this question and discuss why small caps aren’t such an unlikely source of sustainable dividends.
Explore the results of the 5th annual national survey of defined contribution plan participants.
American Century Investments shares common practices and considerations among DC plan sponsor clients.
Institutional allocations to impact investing are growing rapidly and are on track for further expansion in coming years.
Take an in-depth look at target-date strategies and dive in to the labels.
With Vice President and Sr. Portfolio Manager Patricia Ribeiro
With Vice President and Sr. Portfolio Manger Brent Puff
With Vice President and Sr. Portfolio Manager Mike Liss
With Sr. Vice President and Senior Portfolio Manager Keith Lee
With Vice President and Sr. Portfolio Manager Al Polit
With Senior Vice President and Executive Portfolio Manager Phil Davidson
Investment return and principal value of security investments will fluctuate. The value at the time of redemption may be more or less than the original cost. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.
Generally, as interest rates rise, bond prices fall. The opposite is true when interest rates decline.
International investing involves special risks, such as political instability and currency fluctuations.
Diversification does not assure a profit nor does it protect against loss of principal.
References to specific securities are for illustrative purposes only, and are not intended as recommendations to purchase or sell securities. Opinions and estimates offered constitute our judgment and, along with other portfolio data, are subject to change without notice.
This material has been prepared for educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide, and should not be relied upon for, investment, accounting, legal or tax advice.
The opinions expressed are those of American Century Investments (or the portfolio manager) and are no guarantee of the future performance of any American Century Investments' portfolio. This material has been prepared for educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide, and should not be relied upon for, investment, accounting, legal or tax advice.
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