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Investment Strategy


Making Sense of the Upcoming S&P Sector Changes

July 16, 2018

How could changes the S&P is making to its equity sector lineup affect investors?

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Market Commentary

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Market Already Thinking About 2019 Earnings

July 18, 2018

Some market pundits are wondering why the S&P 500 is not meaningfully higher.

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Global Perspectives

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NAFTA –Where Do We Stand?

July 17, 2018

What is happening with NAFTA negotiations, and what may be the implications for investors?

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Capital Market Assumptions

Ken Johnson, Investment Strategy Analyst, explains how the capital market assumptions are developed—and what they may mean for investors today.


2018 Midyear Outlook

As the economic recovery ages, many investors are wondering if we’re nearing a recession. Wells Fargo Investment Institute explains why late cycle doesn’t mean end of cycle—and what that may mean for investors today. 

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State of the Markets

A look at what’s happening now and what may be ahead from Darrell Cronk, President of Wells Fargo Investment Institute.

What Investors Should Know About Monetary Policy Divergence
What Investors Should Know About a Trade War

What Investors Should Know About a Trade War

The recent equity market volatility shows pretty clearly that many investors are concerned about the negative implications of a potential trade war. Paul Christopher, Head of Global Market Strategy, explains why Wells Fargo Investment Institute remains constructive on global economic growth and higher global equity prices this year.

Monthly Investment Outlook: When Debt Pushes Back

When Debt Pushes Back

George Rusnak, Co-Head of Global Fixed Income Strategy for Wells Fargo Investment Institute Investment, explains how the magnitude, trend, and timing of the growing U.S. debt burden could impact the domestic bond market.