Vanguard Global Chief Economist Joe Davis looks back to see how Vanguard’s 2014 predictions panned out and lists the year’s biggest surprises. He also questions investors’ continued appetite for aggressive asset locations given increasing stock valuations and risk.
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Vanguard’s Andy Clarke blogs on a lesson from an annual white elephant gift exchange that’ll be especially important for clients in years ahead: Managing expectations.
China’s real estate bust will limit growth there but is unlikely to trigger a global financial crisis.
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Vanguard Chief Economist Joe Davis, concerned that today’s risk taking won’t seem so wise in a post-zero world, offers three things investors can do as they await Fed action.
Some think that the U.S. economy will stagnate for decades. Vanguard Chief Economist Joe Davis is not convinced.
Volatility in emerging markets has some investors concerned. How should they address it? Jim Rowley, Vanguard senior investment analyst, discusses the enduring role of emerging markets in a broadly diversified and balanced portfolio, and cautions against narrowing exposure in an attempt to mitigate risk.