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Diversify a portfolio with long-term and timely strategies

Consider these ideas to discuss with your advisor.

Changing interest rates call for active fixed-income strategies.

AN APPROACH FOR MANAGING VOLATILITY

Navigate rates with a strategy that pursues a balance of risk and return above the levels of cash.

AN UNCONSTRAINED APPROACH

Consider funds that seek multiple sources of return outside traditional indexes.


Being smart about taxes can enhance current income.

A BROADLY DIVERSIFIED APPROACH

Pursue tax-advantaged income with a nationally diversified portfolio of higher-quality bonds.

A HIGHER INCOME APPROACH

Consider a fund that seeks high current income exempt from federal income tax by investing in lower-rated municipal bonds.


Multi-asset portfolios create potential to improve risk-adjusted returns.

A TRADITIONAL APPROACH

Diversify with a dynamic, global allocation portfolio.

AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH

Diversify with a multi-asset absolute return strategy with tools that seek to reduce portfolio risk.

A DEEPER DIVE

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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.


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

A THEMATIC APPROACH

Consider a fund that invests to benefit from multiple growth trends.

A DIVIDEND POWER APPROACH

Favor a strategy for stocks that harnesses the power of dividends.

A DEEPER DIVE

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See an infographic that shows why staying invested in stocks for long-term growth has rewarded investors.


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

PUTNAM PERSPECTIVES
Why there's nothing wrong with a

Why there's nothing wrong with a "just right" market

When assessing the markets and economy the media often looks for drama, but headlines are our least-used investment tool.

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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