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Where are opportunities for income in this new environment of economic growth, higher inflation and rising rates?
In this new webinar, learn to:
•Use fixed income solutions to potentially maximize yield in a changing interest rate environment
•Deploy cash to create more opportunity
•Use equity as an income source and apply equity factors that make a difference
The Factor Research Quarterly webinar series is designed to share our most recent insights into the state of equity factors around current market events and trends. This webinar will help you think strategically about your portfolio's factor exposure and will cover:
• A 2017 outlook through a factor lens
• Uncovering the link between monetary policy and factor returns
• Current factor valuations and forecasts
Register now to get an inside look at how our top factor experts are viewing the key issues in the global market.
• Michael Hunstad, Ph.D.,Director of Quantitative Research
• Matt Peron, Head of Global Equity
Join Northern Trust investment experts who will discuss their perspectives on the state of the financial markets, potential timing of a Federal Reserve interest rate move and the implications for institutional investors.
In this webinar you'll hear from:
Carl Tannenbaum - Chief Economist
Jim McDonald - Chief Investment Strategist
Stephen Cousins, CFA - Director of Relationship Management, Institutional Group will host this webinar and lead the Q&A using viewer submitted questions.
Wondering what to expect from the markets in 2017 and how this may impact investors? Join our top investment experts as they discuss key themes from our five-year capital market assumptions and potential investment solutions.
Join this timely webinar now and learn more about the key themes we'll address:
•Strategic Asset Allocation
•How to implement