Diversify portfolios with a range of active strategies


    Changing interest rates call for active fixed income strategies.

    Read about a framework for understanding the alternative fund universe and making sense of the many different strategies.
    • Christian J. Galipeau

      Senior Investment Director

    • Brendan T. Murray

      Senior Investment Director

    • Seamus S. Young, CFA

      Investment Director


    See an infographic showing how unconstrained funds outperformed during rising rate periods.

    Read about how to look outside of indexes for more attractive fixed-income opportunities.

    • D. William Kohli

      Chief Investment Officer, Fixed Income

    • Michael P. Wands, CFA

      Senior Investment Director

    FIXED INCOME STRATEGIES

    Being smart about taxes can enhance current income.

    TAX SMART FUNDS FOR ENHANCING INCOME

    Low correlations create potential to improve risk-adjusted returns.

    Watch Robert J. Schoen and James A. Fetch discuss how the correlation of stocks and bonds might be changing.

    Read about improving portfolio efficiency with multi-asset absolute return portfolios.

    • Christian J. Galipeau

      Senior Investment Director

    • Brendan T. Murray

      Senior Investment Director

    • Seamus S. Young, CFA

      Investment Director

    IMPROVE RISK-ADJUSTED RETURNS

    The U.S. economy may be poised for stronger growth.

    See an infographic that shows why staying invested in stock for long-term growth has rewarded investors.
    FUNDS THAT PURSUE GROWTH

    Consider these portfolio ideas in the context of Putnam’s investment insights.

    PUTNAM PERSPECTIVES
    Value benefits from an expanding economy

    Value benefits from an expanding economy

    Value stocks have lagged the market in 2017, but if the economy continues to expand, rates rise, and the yield curve steepens, this trend could reverse.

    ECONOMIC UPDATES AND MARKET OUTLOOKS
    Currency: Don't look to the dollar for leadership

    Currency: Don't look to the dollar for leadership

    The U.S. dollar outlook continues to be most heavily influenced by the Fed, as expectations for fiscal policy have been pushed beyond the investment horizon.

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