From #FOMO to #JOMO
For many, social media can present envy-induced anxiety often referred to as FOMO (Fear of Missing Out). Discover why some are opting out of jam-packed weekends for a quieter experience or JOMO (Joy of Missing Out).
3D printing, autonomous driving and virtual reality are just a few of the innovative technologies to watch in 2017. Watch the February Ivy Live as we discuss notable trends to consider in client portfolios.
It's not unusual for a new year to bring changes. But 2017 may be particularly noteworthy.
According to Reuters, China’s recent forecast of a drop in corn imports to their lowest in at least a decade may end a years-long bonanza for global merchants and producers as maize prices in the world’s biggest grains market have dropped below global prices.
For most of calendar year 2016, the market favored equity strategies focused on high-dividend yields. However, the market changed direction after the U.S. election, when investors re-embraced risk and adopted a more pro-growth, pro-cyclical investment stance.
We think there are five key ideas to keep in mind as we enter 2017.
The only thing certain about 2017 now is that it will be a year of change. Join our first webcast of the new year to explore the key drivers for the economy, markets and investors.