Debates abound on what to make of financial markets’ recent behavior. We assess the fundamentally driven changes and outline several levers of active management that investors can pull to help close the return gap.
We are living in an era of unprecedented technological change. As such, we believe the implications for investors will be profound. PGIM's latest megatrend research examines how technology is unleashing disruption beyond Silicon Valley and transforming investment opportunities across industries, asset classes and geographies.
Given current interest rate levels, it’s fortunate that not all defensive strategies rely solely on bonds or going long on equities. Combining well-chosen defensive factor indices with the S&P 500 and bonds has historically resulted in reduced portfolio volatility, as well as incremental returns.
Introducing Shifting DC Times, a thought-leading publication devoted to supporting your mission — to help American workers achieve a more secure retirement. Each issue focuses on the latest DC thinking and offers concrete ways to turn that thinking into action.
Is it time to declare that the world’s second largest economy and equity market is an asset class? We developed a framework based on comprehensive research that shows China is more than just an opportunity, it's a strategic investment category.
We believe successful investment in international growth equities requires having a differentiated view and a willingness to own overlooked and out of benchmark growth companies. A valuation approach to growth points us to opportunities and contributes to risk management.
Pension deficits will not resolve themselves. Billions of dollars have been contributed to fund up plans in 2018. Why? There has never been a better time to make a contribution, close funding gaps, and take steps to meaningfully reduce risk.
PGIM Fixed Income examines how an actively-managed, hedged global bond portfolio can reduce volatility and improve return efficiency relative to a domestic-only, fixed income allocation over the intermediate to long term.
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