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Although stocks have been hitting record highs, Chief Investment Strategist Russ Koesterich believes they still offer value and can continue to move higher.
It's easy to lose your composure when markets misbehave. But staying grounded today can reap rewards down the road. Read our seven tips for managing through manic markets.
Three concerns weigh heavily on investors' minds today: slow growth, high volatility and low (but unsettled) interest rates. The BlackRock Global Dividend Team discusses how high-quality, dividend-growing stocks may help.
While the Fed's no-taper decision may delay rising rates, we expect that rates will rise moderately over the next two to three years. In this week's video, Russ Koesterich offers his suggestions for positioning equity portfolios in preparation.
Amid mixed economic data, budget and geopolitical risks have spiked higher, threatening the outlook. The fragile recovery continues to rely on Fed policy. Consider international equities, but bond risks are rising (though munis offer more value now).
BlackRock's best recommendations for the current investing environment.
The developing world can be a land of opportunity for investors, but it also can be tough terrain to navigate. Jeff Shen and Rodolfo Martell introduce an approach that seeks to cut through the complexity and tap all that EMs have to offer.
Times change, and like most of us, you probably update your fashion, technology and maybe even your diet and musical interests to keep pace. Can you say the same about your financial strategies? See if you're up-to-date or behind the financial times.
When it comes to investing, the fastest sprint doesn't necessarily make you a winner. Portfolio managers of the BlackRock Equity Dividend Fund discuss why they believe slow and steady wins the investing race - particularly during volatile times.
Stock market volatility since the global credit crisis has scared many investors away, leaving some struggling to generate growth and returns. But we believe there is a way to be invested in stocks that can help mitigate volatility.
Emerging markets have been the dominant growth story of the past generation. As the cycle evolves, so must the investment approach. The BlackRock Global Allocation team offers five thoughts for investing in emerging markets today.
Value remains an important priority for Americans today. BlackRock's Bart Geer believes that same mentality should apply when constructing an investment portfolio.
Munis have long been a source of high-quality, low-volatility income. That's true to this day, but BlackRock's Peter Hayes explains why 2013 will not be exactly like 2012...or 2011.
BlackRock's emerging market experts argue investors should consider emerging markets for return opportunities and alternative strategies to mitigate the extreme volatility that equity investors have endured over the past decade.
The votes have been cast; now the hard work begins. In a new report, BlackRock discusses the key challenges and other market implications of the US elections.
In our pre-election analysis, BlackRock offers suggestions as to where investors can find value in the current markets.
Emerging markets can represent an attractive asset class for investors seeking returns and diversification. BlackRock's emerging markets experts discuss opportunities, misconceptions and ways of incorporating the asset class into your portfolio.
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