Throughout the year, our team of talented investment professionals identify and research compelling trends in the financial markets. We share some of those ideas with you each week in our Chart of the Week blog posts. As we near the end of 2020, we wanted to take the opportunity to highlight some of the most viewed posts of the year. While all articles are widely read, these four made the list. We hope you enjoy them, once again!
1. Here Come the Distressed Funds
Source: ICE Data Indices, LLC; as of April 15, 2020
2. The Traditional 60/40 Portfolio Strategy and Risk Parity
Source: Bloomberg; as of April 30, 2020
3. Mortgage Rates Set to Move Lower
4. New Challenges for Non-Agency RMBS in 2020
Sources: J.P. Morgan, CoreLogic, Freddie Mac
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