Understand emerging markets opportunities and the American Century advantage.
By Victor Zhang, Keith Creveling, John Lovito, and Greg Woodhams - March 10, 2020
The coronavirus has already affected thousands, and its full toll on populations and economies is largely unknown. People are understandably scared and anxious about the disease’s future trajectory.
We think market volatility is going to be the norm until countries can contain COVID-19. Uncertainty is prevalent, and major indices have corrected. Some have approached bear territory, not quite breaching the -20% mark as of this writing. In this latest Q&A, a group of our senior investment professionals address key questions, such as:
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is one example that demonstrates the pitfalls of investing based on political outcomes.
November’s U.S. presidential election will, inevitably, affect markets. Today we look at what a Trump or Biden victory could mean for investors. Which industries would benefit, and which industries would not?
Presidential elections often lead to volatility in the markets. But “betting” on a political outcome is difficult and potentially costly.
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