Episode 14: China—#2 Economy with a Bullet

Tony Roth |
Capital Considerations with Tony Roth

July 20—This is the first of two episodes where we shine the spotlight on China, which is front and center on the world stage. Tony and Dr. Stephen Roach, a Senior Fellow at Yale University’s Jackson School of Global Affairs, discusses China’s ascendancy over the last four decades and the pressures this uber-economic power faces to sustain and even exceed its high growth rate.Dr.

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Our High Earnings Growth Tilt in International Stocks

Clement K. Miller, CFA |
Wilmington Wire
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May 26, 2020—We design our client portfolios in two stages. The first stage is tactical asset allocation. For example, in equity asset classes, we allocate among U.S. large cap, U.S. small cap, developed international, and emerging markets. The second stage is the construction of portfolios within each asset class, comprising mixes of funds to achieve various objectives and tilts.

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Coronavirus Disruptions—Which Industries Have Been Hurt Most?

Clement K. Miller, CFA |
Wilmington Wire
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February 5, 2020 — This Wilmington Wire blog post is the third in a continuing series of updates on the coronavirus outbreak and its market and economic implications. The first, Coronavirus Concerns: Monitoring the Risks Closely, but not Reacting to Portfolios Yet; and the second, Cononavirus update: Hold the line. We also held a conference call on Monday, February 5, where we discussed the market sell-off and potential economic implications of the epidemic. Call recording.

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