The bond sell-off earlier this year has led to high levels of interest rate sensitivity in the stock market. Jeff Weniger makes the case for equity investors to allocate toward value stocks in a rising interest rate environment.
The 30-Year U.S. Treasury is officially in a bear market. Jeff Weniger discusses what the bond sell-off means for the stock market.
Over the long run, companies with high dividend yields have offered attractive risk-adjusted returns relative to the broader market. Matt Wagner discusses how today’s low-yield environment has created even greater demand for dividend-focused investing.
The interest rate environment that was a tailwind to growth stocks in 2020 is unlikely to reoccur in 2021, and it may become a headwind should rates continue to rise. Against this backdrop, Matt Wagner makes the case to allocate toward mid- and small-cap dividend strategies.