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In Active Management, the Type of Manager is Key

 
In the debate over active management, the outperformance of boutique managers has been largely overlooked. This snapshot highlights key statistics from recent research, along with special characteristics that give boutiques an edge.
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Active Management: The Boutique Advantage

 
In the debate over active investment management, the importance of boutiques is often overlooked. Recent research illustrates the edge that boutiques enjoy, and the key characteristics linked to their success.
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Investment Essentials

 
We have designed our Investment Essentials program to provide you with the basics of investing. Equipped with this knowledge, you can have better conversations with your financial advisor and, potentially, find better solutions to your investment needs.
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Rebalancing International Equities: What to Know. What to Consider.

 
Given the lessons of market history, the question is not if international equities will outperform their U.S. cousins, it is when. Consistently rebalancing your portfolio is key.
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Performance Through Full Market Cycles

 
Yacktman Asset Management has a proven long-term track record, experience investing through multiple market cycles, and a reputation for sticking with their discipline—even when it may be less popular. This stability and consistency remains a hallmark of the investment strategy used in the AMG Yacktman Fund and AMG Yacktman Focused Fund that they subadvise and is key to the well-earned reputation they have today.
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Keep Calm and Remain Diversified

 
A short- and long-term review of the power of diversification.
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Equity Style Analysis: Growth vs. Value

 
Recent Equity growth style outperformance may be testing the resolve many investors have to remain diversified. Although it is nearly impossible to predict when and to what extent these performance and valuation trends will reverse themselves, historically they have. Rather than try to predict future trends, investors should consider remaining diversified over the long term.
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