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Working From Home with SPDR ETFs: Four Fearless Women

Four fearless women are taking decisive steps to lead Europe away from depression, but it remains to be seen whether it is enough and where it will lead us. Depending on the outcome, investors could have a range of opportunities. If we face persistent volatility and uncertainty, investors may stand to benefit from exploring non-equity performance drivers, such as the higher-returning parts of fixed income or convertible bonds. We also see an interesting dynamic in momentum versus value, where investors can either get in front of systemic market support mechanisms for momentum (e.g. investments benefiting from Fed support) or seek out value ideas (e.g. neglected assets with higher return potential that are not supported by central banks or government fiscal policy).
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Rick Lacaille, Global CIO of State Street Global Advisors, Gunjan Chauhan, Global Head of SPDR Capital Markets Group
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    Rick Lacaille, Global CIO of State Street Global Advisors, Gunjan Chauhan, Global Head of SPDR Capital Markets Group
    Four fearless women are taking decisive steps to lead Europe away from depression, but it remains to be seen whether it is enough and where it will lead us. Depending on the outcome, investors could have a range of opportunities. If we face persistent volatility and uncertainty, investors may stand to benefit from exploring non-equity performance drivers, such as the higher-returning parts of fixed income or convertible bonds. We also see an interesting dynamic in momentum versus value, where investors can either get in front of systemic market support mechanisms for momentum (e.g. investments benefiting from Fed support) or seek out value ideas (e.g. neglected assets with higher return potential that are not supported by central banks or government fiscal policy).
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