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The report looks at how investors can find opportunities in post-pandemic markets
SAN FRANCISCO – (BUSINESS WIRE) –
Wells Fargo Investment Institute (WFII) published a special report today: “The new landscape“, Which examines what pandemic-induced trends may persist in the months and years ahead, how these trends could affect consumer behavior and business activity, and what types of assets could potentially benefit from them.
“The global pandemic has accelerated certain market trends that were already underway and sparked new ones,” said Darrell Cronk, Chief Investment Officer of Wells Fargo Wealth & Investment Management. “Our report examines the current trends in a new normal and investor considerations for the potential post-pandemic outlook.”
The report covers each of the following topics:
Track potential changes in stock leadership
Coordinated monetary and fiscal policy
Is a new raw material bull emerging?
WFII is looking for elements of active investing that are making a comeback
Post-Pandemic Outlook Considerations
Keys to restarting your small business
“Investors should evaluate their current asset allocation strategies and prepare for stronger growth potential in a persistent low interest rate environment,” said Tracie McMillion, Head of Global Asset Allocation Strategy for WFII. “We’re cheaper on stocks, but it’s important to note that bonds can still help moderate volatility.”
The report outlines five considerations for investors:
Expand exposure to equity asset classes and sectors
Be selective with fixed income investments
Increase the allocations to raw materials
Use hedging strategies to capitalize on increased merger and acquisition activity and mitigate downside risk
Invest in leading companies and income generating assets with private capital
Download the report, “The new landscape,” read “Use these investment strategies to avoid four potential pitfalls after a pandemic”On Wells Fargo Stories and check out a Video discuss the key trends to watch and how to position your portfolio.
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Different investments offer different potential return and market risks. The level of risk associated with a particular asset or asset class generally correlates with the rate of return that the asset or asset class could generate. Stock markets, especially foreign markets, are volatile. Stock values can fluctuate in response to general economic and market conditions, the prospects of individual companies and industries. bind are subject to market, interest rate, price, credit / default, liquidity, inflation and other risks. Prices tend to be inversely influenced by changes in interest rates. the raw materials Markets are considered to be speculative, involve considerable risks and have experienced periods of extreme volatility. Investing in a volatile and uncertain commodities market can cause the value of a portfolio to rise or fall rapidly, which can lead to greater volatility in stock prices.
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