On a special “Behind the Markets” podcast, Jeff Weniger and Jeremy Schwartz spoke with Jesper Koll, Senior Advisor to WisdomTree. The conversation focused on how Japan managed to outperform other international markets in Europe by a fairly wide margin during the global economic shutdown.
Investors are reeling from the sell-off in global markets. But here’s the bigger risk right now for investors: that those losses will lead them to act in a way that may result in even bigger losses. Shlomo Benartzi outlines a way for advisors to help determine which of their clients are likely to buy high and sell low during a market panic and help them manage their investments with a long-term outcome in mind.
During an economic slowdown, smaller companies usually have less credit access to sustain cash flows and thinner profit margins, which makes them more prone to cutting dividends. However, during market recovery, small value historically tends to outperform large caps. Matt Wagner explains why investors should consider pairing their high-quality large-cap stocks with small- and mid-cap stocks.
The cloud computing industry has proven resilient in the recent economic downturn, and we see potential for several positive catalysts ahead. Jeremy Schwartz and Kara Marciscano summarize the latest viewpoints from cloud industry experts and provide a solution for investors looking to invest in the future of the cloud.