02-01-17 Financial Advisor
Braving bonds in the new world
Since the U.S. presidential elections, "the markets have priced in a significant and permanent rise in the expected level of economic growth and inflation for more than a decade into the furture, "says Robert Tipp, portfolio manager for the Prudential Total Return Bond Fund." While a possible scenario, "is that a reasonable base case for the markets to embrace?" he asks. "Probably not. We don't really know at this point what the approach and the chemistry of the lawmakers and the president is going to be." (more)

01-30-17 Pensions & Investments
The Pulse of Emerging Markets Debt
PGIM Fixed Income Emerigng Markets Portfolio Manager Cathy Hepworth writes about the outlook for emerging markets debt in the current issues of Pensions & Investments. "We see attractive opportunities in hard currency sovereign and quasi-soverign bonds that we believe are cheap relatiive to our expectations for fundamentals and events on the horizon." Opportunities can be found in Argentina, Indonesia, Brazil and Mexico. (more)

01-27-17 Seeking Alpha.com
Dow Cracks 20000: So why am I worried about retirement?
You'd think the historic event of all three major stock market indices breaking records would bolster the spirits of all manner of investors. Sadly, a few younger investors, perhaps, enjoyed a confidence boost in their ability to finance retirement, but pre-retirees and retirees would have none of it. Research shows a crisis underway for retirees and people saving for retirement. In fact,  "nearly three-quarters (75%) of pre-retirees agree they should be doing more for retirement, but 4 in 10 say they simply don't know what to do, says Prudential Investments 2016 Retirement Preparedness Study. (more)

01-26-17 CNBC.com
Bull rally may pause, but won't end
Portfolio managers and market experts shared their outlook on the market as the Dow topped 20000. QMA's Ed Campbell said that while the 20,000 mark is not a game changer, it's "one more thing to feel good about." He added, "The market is rising because of good fundamentals. Corporate earnings are rising now, after we've had a rough period that ended last year, and we think stocks are going to return 8 to 10 percent this year." (more)

 

 


02-01-17 Financial Advisor
Braving bonds in the new world
Since the U.S. presidential elections, "the markets have priced in a significant and permanent rise in the expected level of economic growth and inflation for more than a decade into the furture, "says Robert Tipp, portfolio manager for the Prudential Total Return Bond Fund." While a possible scenario, "is that a reasonable base case for the markets to embrace?" he asks. "Probably not. We don't really know at this point what the approach and the chemistry of the lawmakers and the president is going to be." (more)

01-30-17 Pensions & Investments
The Pulse of Emerging Markets Debt
PGIM Fixed Income Emerigng Markets Portfolio Manager Cathy Hepworth writes about the outlook for emerging markets debt in the current issues of Pensions & Investments. "We see attractive opportunities in hard currency sovereign and quasi-soverign bonds that we believe are cheap relatiive to our expectations for fundamentals and events on the horizon." Opportunities can be found in Argentina, Indonesia, Brazil and Mexico. (more)

01-27-17 Seeking Alpha.com
Dow Cracks 20000: So why am I worried about retirement?
You'd think the historic event of all three major stock market indices breaking records would bolster the spirits of all manner of investors. Sadly, a few younger investors, perhaps, enjoyed a confidence boost in their ability to finance retirement, but pre-retirees and retirees would have none of it. Research shows a crisis underway for retirees and people saving for retirement. In fact,  "nearly three-quarters (75%) of pre-retirees agree they should be doing more for retirement, but 4 in 10 say they simply don't know what to do, says Prudential Investments 2016 Retirement Preparedness Study. (more)

01-26-17 CNBC.com
Bull rally may pause, but won't end
Portfolio managers and market experts shared their outlook on the market as the Dow topped 20000. QMA's Ed Campbell said that while the 20,000 mark is not a game changer, it's "one more thing to feel good about." He added, "The market is rising because of good fundamentals. Corporate earnings are rising now, after we've had a rough period that ended last year, and we think stocks are going to return 8 to 10 percent this year." (more)

 

 


02-01-17 Financial Advisor
Braving bonds in the new world
Since the U.S. presidential elections, "the markets have priced in a significant and permanent rise in the expected level of economic growth and inflation for more than a decade into the furture, "says Robert Tipp, portfolio manager for the Prudential Total Return Bond Fund." While a possible scenario, "is that a reasonable base case for the markets to embrace?" he asks. "Probably not. We don't really know at this point what the approach and the chemistry of the lawmakers and the president is going to be." (more)

01-30-17 Pensions & Investments
The Pulse of Emerging Markets Debt
PGIM Fixed Income Emerigng Markets Portfolio Manager Cathy Hepworth writes about the outlook for emerging markets debt in the current issues of Pensions & Investments. "We see attractive opportunities in hard currency sovereign and quasi-soverign bonds that we believe are cheap relatiive to our expectations for fundamentals and events on the horizon." Opportunities can be found in Argentina, Indonesia, Brazil and Mexico. (more)

01-27-17 Seeking Alpha.com
Dow Cracks 20000: So why am I worried about retirement?
You'd think the historic event of all three major stock market indices breaking records would bolster the spirits of all manner of investors. Sadly, a few younger investors, perhaps, enjoyed a confidence boost in their ability to finance retirement, but pre-retirees and retirees would have none of it. Research shows a crisis underway for retirees and people saving for retirement. In fact,  "nearly three-quarters (75%) of pre-retirees agree they should be doing more for retirement, but 4 in 10 say they simply don't know what to do, says Prudential Investments 2016 Retirement Preparedness Study. (more)

01-26-17 CNBC.com
Bull rally may pause, but won't end
Portfolio managers and market experts shared their outlook on the market as the Dow topped 20000. QMA's Ed Campbell said that while the 20,000 mark is not a game changer, it's "one more thing to feel good about." He added, "The market is rising because of good fundamentals. Corporate earnings are rising now, after we've had a rough period that ended last year, and we think stocks are going to return 8 to 10 percent this year." (more)

 

 


02-01-17 Financial Advisor
Braving bonds in the new world
Since the U.S. presidential elections, "the markets have priced in a significant and permanent rise in the expected level of economic growth and inflation for more than a decade into the furture, "says Robert Tipp, portfolio manager for the Prudential Total Return Bond Fund." While a possible scenario, "is that a reasonable base case for the markets to embrace?" he asks. "Probably not. We don't really know at this point what the approach and the chemistry of the lawmakers and the president is going to be." (more)

01-30-17 Pensions & Investments
The Pulse of Emerging Markets Debt
PGIM Fixed Income Emerigng Markets Portfolio Manager Cathy Hepworth writes about the outlook for emerging markets debt in the current issues of Pensions & Investments. "We see attractive opportunities in hard currency sovereign and quasi-soverign bonds that we believe are cheap relatiive to our expectations for fundamentals and events on the horizon." Opportunities can be found in Argentina, Indonesia, Brazil and Mexico. (more)

01-27-17 Seeking Alpha.com
Dow Cracks 20000: So why am I worried about retirement?
You'd think the historic event of all three major stock market indices breaking records would bolster the spirits of all manner of investors. Sadly, a few younger investors, perhaps, enjoyed a confidence boost in their ability to finance retirement, but pre-retirees and retirees would have none of it. Research shows a crisis underway for retirees and people saving for retirement. In fact,  "nearly three-quarters (75%) of pre-retirees agree they should be doing more for retirement, but 4 in 10 say they simply don't know what to do, says Prudential Investments 2016 Retirement Preparedness Study. (more)

01-26-17 CNBC.com
Bull rally may pause, but won't end
Portfolio managers and market experts shared their outlook on the market as the Dow topped 20000. QMA's Ed Campbell said that while the 20,000 mark is not a game changer, it's "one more thing to feel good about." He added, "The market is rising because of good fundamentals. Corporate earnings are rising now, after we've had a rough period that ended last year, and we think stocks are going to return 8 to 10 percent this year." (more)

 

 


02-01-17 Financial Advisor
Braving bonds in the new world
Since the U.S. presidential elections, "the markets have priced in a significant and permanent rise in the expected level of economic growth and inflation for more than a decade into the furture, "says Robert Tipp, portfolio manager for the Prudential Total Return Bond Fund." While a possible scenario, "is that a reasonable base case for the markets to embrace?" he asks. "Probably not. We don't really know at this point what the approach and the chemistry of the lawmakers and the president is going to be." (more)

01-30-17 Pensions & Investments
The Pulse of Emerging Markets Debt
PGIM Fixed Income Emerigng Markets Portfolio Manager Cathy Hepworth writes about the outlook for emerging markets debt in the current issues of Pensions & Investments. "We see attractive opportunities in hard currency sovereign and quasi-soverign bonds that we believe are cheap relatiive to our expectations for fundamentals and events on the horizon." Opportunities can be found in Argentina, Indonesia, Brazil and Mexico. (more)

01-27-17 Seeking Alpha.com
Dow Cracks 20000: So why am I worried about retirement?
You'd think the historic event of all three major stock market indices breaking records would bolster the spirits of all manner of investors. Sadly, a few younger investors, perhaps, enjoyed a confidence boost in their ability to finance retirement, but pre-retirees and retirees would have none of it. Research shows a crisis underway for retirees and people saving for retirement. In fact,  "nearly three-quarters (75%) of pre-retirees agree they should be doing more for retirement, but 4 in 10 say they simply don't know what to do, says Prudential Investments 2016 Retirement Preparedness Study. (more)

01-26-17 CNBC.com
Bull rally may pause, but won't end
Portfolio managers and market experts shared their outlook on the market as the Dow topped 20000. QMA's Ed Campbell said that while the 20,000 mark is not a game changer, it's "one more thing to feel good about." He added, "The market is rising because of good fundamentals. Corporate earnings are rising now, after we've had a rough period that ended last year, and we think stocks are going to return 8 to 10 percent this year." (more)

 

 


02-01-17 Financial Advisor
Braving bonds in the new world
Since the U.S. presidential elections, "the markets have priced in a significant and permanent rise in the expected level of economic growth and inflation for more than a decade into the furture, "says Robert Tipp, portfolio manager for the Prudential Total Return Bond Fund." While a possible scenario, "is that a reasonable base case for the markets to embrace?" he asks. "Probably not. We don't really know at this point what the approach and the chemistry of the lawmakers and the president is going to be." (more)

01-30-17 Pensions & Investments
The Pulse of Emerging Markets Debt
PGIM Fixed Income Emerigng Markets Portfolio Manager Cathy Hepworth writes about the outlook for emerging markets debt in the current issues of Pensions & Investments. "We see attractive opportunities in hard currency sovereign and quasi-soverign bonds that we believe are cheap relatiive to our expectations for fundamentals and events on the horizon." Opportunities can be found in Argentina, Indonesia, Brazil and Mexico. (more)

01-27-17 Seeking Alpha.com
Dow Cracks 20000: So why am I worried about retirement?
You'd think the historic event of all three major stock market indices breaking records would bolster the spirits of all manner of investors. Sadly, a few younger investors, perhaps, enjoyed a confidence boost in their ability to finance retirement, but pre-retirees and retirees would have none of it. Research shows a crisis underway for retirees and people saving for retirement. In fact,  "nearly three-quarters (75%) of pre-retirees agree they should be doing more for retirement, but 4 in 10 say they simply don't know what to do, says Prudential Investments 2016 Retirement Preparedness Study. (more)

01-26-17 CNBC.com
Bull rally may pause, but won't end
Portfolio managers and market experts shared their outlook on the market as the Dow topped 20000. QMA's Ed Campbell said that while the 20,000 mark is not a game changer, it's "one more thing to feel good about." He added, "The market is rising because of good fundamentals. Corporate earnings are rising now, after we've had a rough period that ended last year, and we think stocks are going to return 8 to 10 percent this year." (more)

 

 


02-01-17 Financial Advisor
Braving bonds in the new world
Since the U.S. presidential elections, "the markets have priced in a significant and permanent rise in the expected level of economic growth and inflation for more than a decade into the furture, "says Robert Tipp, portfolio manager for the Prudential Total Return Bond Fund." While a possible scenario, "is that a reasonable base case for the markets to embrace?" he asks. "Probably not. We don't really know at this point what the approach and the chemistry of the lawmakers and the president is going to be." (more)

01-30-17 Pensions & Investments
The Pulse of Emerging Markets Debt
PGIM Fixed Income Emerigng Markets Portfolio Manager Cathy Hepworth writes about the outlook for emerging markets debt in the current issues of Pensions & Investments. "We see attractive opportunities in hard currency sovereign and quasi-soverign bonds that we believe are cheap relatiive to our expectations for fundamentals and events on the horizon." Opportunities can be found in Argentina, Indonesia, Brazil and Mexico. (more)

01-27-17 Seeking Alpha.com
Dow Cracks 20000: So why am I worried about retirement?
You'd think the historic event of all three major stock market indices breaking records would bolster the spirits of all manner of investors. Sadly, a few younger investors, perhaps, enjoyed a confidence boost in their ability to finance retirement, but pre-retirees and retirees would have none of it. Research shows a crisis underway for retirees and people saving for retirement. In fact,  "nearly three-quarters (75%) of pre-retirees agree they should be doing more for retirement, but 4 in 10 say they simply don't know what to do, says Prudential Investments 2016 Retirement Preparedness Study. (more)

01-26-17 CNBC.com
Bull rally may pause, but won't end
Portfolio managers and market experts shared their outlook on the market as the Dow topped 20000. QMA's Ed Campbell said that while the 20,000 mark is not a game changer, it's "one more thing to feel good about." He added, "The market is rising because of good fundamentals. Corporate earnings are rising now, after we've had a rough period that ended last year, and we think stocks are going to return 8 to 10 percent this year." (more)

 

 


02-01-17 Financial Advisor
Braving bonds in the new world
Since the U.S. presidential elections, "the markets have priced in a significant and permanent rise in the expected level of economic growth and inflation for more than a decade into the furture, "says Robert Tipp, portfolio manager for the Prudential Total Return Bond Fund." While a possible scenario, "is that a reasonable base case for the markets to embrace?" he asks. "Probably not. We don't really know at this point what the approach and the chemistry of the lawmakers and the president is going to be." (more)

01-30-17 Pensions & Investments
The Pulse of Emerging Markets Debt
PGIM Fixed Income Emerigng Markets Portfolio Manager Cathy Hepworth writes about the outlook for emerging markets debt in the current issues of Pensions & Investments. "We see attractive opportunities in hard currency sovereign and quasi-soverign bonds that we believe are cheap relatiive to our expectations for fundamentals and events on the horizon." Opportunities can be found in Argentina, Indonesia, Brazil and Mexico. (more)

01-27-17 Seeking Alpha.com
Dow Cracks 20000: So why am I worried about retirement?
You'd think the historic event of all three major stock market indices breaking records would bolster the spirits of all manner of investors. Sadly, a few younger investors, perhaps, enjoyed a confidence boost in their ability to finance retirement, but pre-retirees and retirees would have none of it. Research shows a crisis underway for retirees and people saving for retirement. In fact,  "nearly three-quarters (75%) of pre-retirees agree they should be doing more for retirement, but 4 in 10 say they simply don't know what to do, says Prudential Investments 2016 Retirement Preparedness Study. (more)

01-26-17 CNBC.com
Bull rally may pause, but won't end
Portfolio managers and market experts shared their outlook on the market as the Dow topped 20000. QMA's Ed Campbell said that while the 20,000 mark is not a game changer, it's "one more thing to feel good about." He added, "The market is rising because of good fundamentals. Corporate earnings are rising now, after we've had a rough period that ended last year, and we think stocks are going to return 8 to 10 percent this year." (more)

 

 


02-01-17 Financial Advisor
Braving bonds in the new world
Since the U.S. presidential elections, "the markets have priced in a significant and permanent rise in the expected level of economic growth and inflation for more than a decade into the furture, "says Robert Tipp, portfolio manager for the Prudential Total Return Bond Fund." While a possible scenario, "is that a reasonable base case for the markets to embrace?" he asks. "Probably not. We don't really know at this point what the approach and the chemistry of the lawmakers and the president is going to be." (more)

01-30-17 Pensions & Investments
The Pulse of Emerging Markets Debt
PGIM Fixed Income Emerigng Markets Portfolio Manager Cathy Hepworth writes about the outlook for emerging markets debt in the current issues of Pensions & Investments. "We see attractive opportunities in hard currency sovereign and quasi-soverign bonds that we believe are cheap relatiive to our expectations for fundamentals and events on the horizon." Opportunities can be found in Argentina, Indonesia, Brazil and Mexico. (more)

01-27-17 Seeking Alpha.com
Dow Cracks 20000: So why am I worried about retirement?
You'd think the historic event of all three major stock market indices breaking records would bolster the spirits of all manner of investors. Sadly, a few younger investors, perhaps, enjoyed a confidence boost in their ability to finance retirement, but pre-retirees and retirees would have none of it. Research shows a crisis underway for retirees and people saving for retirement. In fact,  "nearly three-quarters (75%) of pre-retirees agree they should be doing more for retirement, but 4 in 10 say they simply don't know what to do, says Prudential Investments 2016 Retirement Preparedness Study. (more)

01-26-17 CNBC.com
Bull rally may pause, but won't end
Portfolio managers and market experts shared their outlook on the market as the Dow topped 20000. QMA's Ed Campbell said that while the 20,000 mark is not a game changer, it's "one more thing to feel good about." He added, "The market is rising because of good fundamentals. Corporate earnings are rising now, after we've had a rough period that ended last year, and we think stocks are going to return 8 to 10 percent this year." (more)

 

 


02-01-17 Financial Advisor
Braving bonds in the new world
Since the U.S. presidential elections, "the markets have priced in a significant and permanent rise in the expected level of economic growth and inflation for more than a decade into the furture, "says Robert Tipp, portfolio manager for the Prudential Total Return Bond Fund." While a possible scenario, "is that a reasonable base case for the markets to embrace?" he asks. "Probably not. We don't really know at this point what the approach and the chemistry of the lawmakers and the president is going to be." (more)

01-30-17 Pensions & Investments
The Pulse of Emerging Markets Debt
PGIM Fixed Income Emerigng Markets Portfolio Manager Cathy Hepworth writes about the outlook for emerging markets debt in the current issues of Pensions & Investments. "We see attractive opportunities in hard currency sovereign and quasi-soverign bonds that we believe are cheap relatiive to our expectations for fundamentals and events on the horizon." Opportunities can be found in Argentina, Indonesia, Brazil and Mexico. (more)

01-27-17 Seeking Alpha.com
Dow Cracks 20000: So why am I worried about retirement?
You'd think the historic event of all three major stock market indices breaking records would bolster the spirits of all manner of investors. Sadly, a few younger investors, perhaps, enjoyed a confidence boost in their ability to finance retirement, but pre-retirees and retirees would have none of it. Research shows a crisis underway for retirees and people saving for retirement. In fact,  "nearly three-quarters (75%) of pre-retirees agree they should be doing more for retirement, but 4 in 10 say they simply don't know what to do, says Prudential Investments 2016 Retirement Preparedness Study. (more)

01-26-17 CNBC.com
Bull rally may pause, but won't end
Portfolio managers and market experts shared their outlook on the market as the Dow topped 20000. QMA's Ed Campbell said that while the 20,000 mark is not a game changer, it's "one more thing to feel good about." He added, "The market is rising because of good fundamentals. Corporate earnings are rising now, after we've had a rough period that ended last year, and we think stocks are going to return 8 to 10 percent this year." (more)