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2018 Investment Outlook: Meeting the diversification challenge

When traditional asset classes move in tandem, building a diversified portfolio presents a challenge. Duy Nguyen, Portfolio Manager and CIO, Invesco Global Solutions Development & Implementation Team, explains how he will approach portfolio construction in 2018.

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2018 Investment Outlook: Potential risks facing the markets in 2018

Forecasting is notoriously difficult, and unexpected events can derail even the best educated estimates. Five of Invesco’s global CIOs discuss the most likely risks facing their base-case expectations for market performance in 2018.

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2018 Investment Outlook: Valuations to make 2018 a stockpickers market

The current market rally is one of the longest in history, and valuations in many markets may be stretched. Five of Invesco’s global CIOs explain their views on valuations and which markets might provide opportunities in 2018.

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2018 Investment Outlook: What to expect in 2018

Global markets continued to climb throughout 2017, across virtually all asset classes. Can this performance continue through 2018? Five of Invesco’s global CIOs discuss their base-case expectations for market performance in the year ahead.

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Embedded commissions: Where do we go from here?


November 28, 2017
Subject | Industry views | Invesco | Video

As you know, Invesco has been a vocal advocate of preserving choice in the market, allowing advisors and their clients to choose the business model that best suits their needs. I was recently asked to speak at the 2017 Advocis Symposium in Toronto. The title of the event was “Inflection Point” and I believe the industry is at just such a moment. I sat down with Greg Pollock, President and CEO, Advocis to discuss the future of embedded compensation.

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Will populist political movements stall the forces of globalization?


October 28, 2016
Subject | Macro views | Video

The slow recovery from the global financial crisis of 2008 has exacerbated the rise of populist movements around the globe. In the video below, Invesco’s Chief Economist, John Greenwood, discusses the root causes of this “upwelling of populist politics” – the rise of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders in the U.S. and similar movements in Europe – and what it means for globalization.


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