China’s technology sector has cratered since February and we view the selloff as a buying opportunity in China tech.
May 5, 2021
2020 rankings in Barron's Best Fund Families
(published February 2021)
#3 out of 44
#14 out of 50
#22 out of 53
Refinitiv Lipper fund awards
Best Fund in the International Large-Cap Value Fund category
(R6 shares/PIGWX among 33 funds over 5 years)
(Y shares/PNGYX among 29 funds over 10 years)
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Advisor Tech Tips
The Biden administration recently introduced its $2 trillion infrastructure proposal, the American Jobs Plan, that seeks to invest in both infrastructure and jobs. Still far from a done deal, the sweeping plan has the potential to impact many parts of the American economy, including your clients’ investments.
April 20, 2021
Headlines you need to know this week — May 4, 2021
More workers confident about retirement More workers reported being confident about retirement in the 2021 EBRI Confidence Survey. In the survey, conducted in January 2021, 80% of respondents believe they will retire comfortably. The number of confident individuals was up from 76% when the survey was last taken, in March 2020. Last year, the survey was conducted in January and then re-visited in March 2020 to make before- and after-pandemic comparisons. Nearly one third of respondents said the pandemic had a negative impact on saving when they experienced reduced hours or job loss.
Robo advisors look to expand hybrid services Assets managed by robo advisors continue to rise, driven largely by Millennial and GenZ investors, according to a recent report. Today, robos manage $460 billion and that total is projected to grow to $1.2 trillion by 2024, the report noted. Still, some investors are skeptical that robos could replace human investors. Many robo advisors are offering hybrid services, combining human and digital advice.
Most advisors use ESG investments As a result of increased demand from investors, the majority (61%) of advisors in a recent survey said they use investment products focused on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors. They included 67% of advisors under age 40 and 71% of women advisors.
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