Active allocation: A world of ideas
Our Ivy Live panelists discuss the evolving investment landscape, including the recent U.S.-China trade escalation, and ideas to help guide allocation decisions.
Review regular updates and insight from our investment management team. Market Perspectives cover broader issues, including the global economy, market environment or sector overviews. Portfolio Perspectives offer analysis from a portfolio manager or team on a specific fund.
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The market fluctuations over the past two quarters are unsettling, but part of a new reality. The Ivy Balanced Fund seeks to build a portfolio with equilibrium to withstand a highly volatile environment.
The global economy was sluggish through the first quarter of 2019. Get Ivy's view on key issues that have slowed growth and the possibility of a rebound later in the year.
A combination of asset classes may offer lower volatility – a concern for many investors today. The Fund’s sleeve structure allows a blend of three fixed-income strategies.
We believe this could be a good environment for growth investors. The Fund seeks companies with durable earnings and revenue growth, especially considering the potential headwinds currently facing the market.
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell made it clear during his recent testimony that the Fed is not changing its guidance in the near term. Ivy continues to believe the Fed will take a ‘wait and see’ approach due to a great deal of uncertainty regarding trade and economic growth.
Despite a volatile 2018, the Ivy International Core Equity Fund team believes pockets of opportunity exists, you just have to know where to look in an evolving international investment landscape.
As proven investors in the high yield space, we understand recent concerns about a slowing global economy. Chad Gunther, portfolio manager of Ivy High Income Fund, believes there are five reasons high yield offers potential opportunities for investors in 2019.
The Ivy Emerging Markets Equity Fund managers say the main headwinds for emerging markets in 2019 are idiosyncratic risks that affect relatively few countries. They think several key factors create a brighter outlook in 2019.
China was under tremendous pressure during the past year from fears of a slowing economy and the impact of the U.S. trade dispute. Global Economist Derek Hamilton traveled widely through China to understand the current situation, and analyzes the challenges and potential policy responses.
Global Economist Derek Hamilton assesses the partial government shutdown and its potential impact to the U.S. economy.
David Ginther, CPA, and Michael Wolverton, CFA, portfolio managers of Ivy Energy Fund, believe that companies with access to the highest-quality drilling acreage and best technology stand to benefit as the price of oil recovers.
There is concern about an inverted yield curve, which has been a precursor to several past recessions. But we do not believe a downturn is on the horizon.
Jonas Krumplys, CFA, and Aditya Kapoor, CFA, portfolio managers of Ivy Emerging Markets Equity Fund, believe there is growing demand from emerging market consumers for “new economy” goods and services.
Market volatility can be unsettling, but history shows that prices have returned to less volatile patterns over time. That can be good news for long-term investors.
The U.S. consumer has been a significant contributor to domestic economic growth in 2018. Will consumer consumption be hit by inflation in 2019?
Based on market indicators, it appears the pace of global economic growth has peaked. With numerous factors creating headwinds in a moderate growth environment, what might be in store for 2019? Ivy Investments shares our views of the economic and investment landscape in our 2019 Global Market Outlook.
OPEC has taken a positive step toward rebalancing the world oil market and it is likely to support crude oil prices.