President Xi Jinping's "common prosperity" campaign to address China's wealth gap has converged with the regulatory crackdowns.
October 25, 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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Headlines you need to know this week — October 26, 2021
Family is top source of financial advice, survey finds A recent survey of more than 1,000 adults found more people seek financial advice from family or friends than professional advisors. Among respondents, 40% said they seek financial guidance from family, friends, or co-workers; 33% said they consult a financial professional; and 25% said they don’t have someone they trust for advice.
More advisors focus on psychology in planning A growing number of financial professionals are emphasizing psychology in financial planning. According to a recent survey, many advisors are combining financial advice with behavioral finance to help investors with financial and estate planning. Advisors note that understanding behavioral finance is helpful when guiding investors through challenging financial decisions, especially during periods of market volatility.
Millennials and Gen X view wealth differently Millennials and Gen Xers view wealth differently, according to new research. The survey involved some 600 Millennials and Gen Xers with $100,000 or more in net worth. Among respondents, 76% of Millennials and 57% of Gen Xers considered wealth inequality a significant national problem. This view led many investors to consider social and governance factors when making investments. The majority of Millennials (82%) said they use a financial advisor, compared with 65% of Gen Xers. Most Millennials view a banker or an accountant as their primary advisor. Gen X investors were more likely to use an independent financial planner.
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