Read comments on recent volatility from our network of fund advisers.
Despite the recent market sell-off, it is important to put volatility into context. In this piece, Amundi Pioneer provides an overview of the recent volatility as well as some insights into what to expect going forward.
Cadence shares their view that the recent decline is a matter of multiple contraction rather than deterioration in earnings outlook.
Recent market volatility has impacted each sector in different ways. In this piece, CenterSquare reviews impact and expectations for the REIT market.
Is the recent market volatility a signal for investors to reassess risk or simply a return to normalcy?
DoubleLine believes there are 4 reasons why investors should expect volatility in 2018—see what they are.
The recent market turmoil has been disconcerting for many investors. In this Insight, FQ responds to the question "Is this a bull market correction, or is it the start of a true bear market?"
Investors should focus on these critical facts about the current market—and how U.S. equity markets have responded to prior episodes of volatility.
Montag & Caldwell provides insight on how tightening action from central banks may affect economic growth given the backdrop volatile markets.
Renaissance discusses recent market volatility in the context of economic fundamentals and longer term historical trends.
According to Silvercrest Asset Management, volatility was expected to rise given the popularity of ETFs. In this market update Silvercrest shares thoughts on what to expect next.
Skyline shares their view that the recent stock price volatility is a function of financial markets attempting to recalibrate stock valuations, and does not reflect investor unease about company fundamentals.
SouthernSun shares their view that specific stocks with strong fundamentals and competitive positions can become more attractive in broad market sell-offs as investors effect a flight to quality.
Trilogy shares their view that equity market volatility was due more to micro-structural issues in the equity market rather than to a major global macro shock.
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