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  • Mindboggled: Why Your Brain Makes Bad Investing Decisions video

    White papers 24 January 2018

    AllianceBernstein portfolio manager Stuart Rae explains how lessons from classic behavioural finance studies can help investors improve the choices they make today.

  • Follow the Earnings to Emerging Equity Stars

    White papers 20 November 2017

    Emerging market equities have had a great run recently. But don’t buy EM stocks indiscriminately. Focus on company earnings over macroeconomic trends to find stocks that have stronger return potential with reduced risk.

  • The Science and Art of Multi-Asset Investing

    White papers 20 November 2017

    Generating consistent returns under uncertain conditions is a challenge. Can multi-asset strategies make the job a little easier? We think so. But a lot depends on how they’re designed.

  • Bond Market Prepares for QE in Reverse

    White papers 20 November 2017

    After a relatively quiet third quarter, bond markets are ripe for some volatility and bigger waves as major central banks begin to unwind quantitative easing. For global bond investors, that could lead to new opportunities. But for now, with valuations in many sectors stretched, it pays to be selective.

  • Will ECB Tapering Trigger Market Tantrum?

    White papers 17 October 2017

    The European Central Bank is widely expected to announce a winding down of its quantitative easing program on October 26. Though investors are nervous, the ECB is doing a good job preparing markets for the change.

  • What Does QE in Reverse Mean for the US Economy?

    White papers 20 September 2017

    The long-anticipated unwinding of quantitative easing in the US is set to begin, just as the Fed’s leadership faces a wave of turnover. We think a strong foundation should keep steady US economic growth on track.

  • China: A Green Giant in the Making

    White papers 14 September 2017

    China is dropping its focus on “dirty” industrial growth, while making a massive shift toward renewable energy and a less resource-intensive path to economic success. This reorientation could open up substantial opportunities for equity investors.

  • FANG Stocks Expose Blind Spots in Risk Models

    White papers 13 September 2017

    The investing industry is constantly devising new acronyms and buzzwords. Sometimes these can be dangerous. The rise of the FANG stocks highlights how clusters of stocks may create investing hazards that standard risk models struggle to detect.

  • The Emerging-Market Rally Is Far from Over

    White papers 10 September 2017

    Afraid you’ve missed the rally in emerging-market (EM) assets? Don’t be. Responsible policies and pragmatic politics have taken hold in many developing countries. That bodes well for growth and suggests the rally has room to run.

  • How to Prepare Your Bonds for an Equity Correction

    White papers 5 September 2017

    Preparing for a stock market correction ? We’ve got another thing to add to your to-do list: take a look at your fixed-income holdings, too.

  • Volatility Alert: Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late

    White papers 5 September 2017

    From nuclear tensions with North Korea to turmoil on the streets of Charlottesville, political risks have been hovering over equity markets again. We think investors should be on alert for a potential resurgence of volatility.

  • Emerging Markets: Minding Their Own Business

    White papers 21 August 2017

    There has been a big improvement in emerging markets which I don’t think investors are fully aware of. Their external imbalances have improved significantly. Their current account deficits have shrunk. Foreign direct investment, in the meantime, has been very robust.

  • Ten Years On: Is the World Economy Getting Back to “Normal”?

    White papers 11 August 2017

    A decade ago, we got the first warnings that the US subprime crisis would go global. Since then, monetary policy has pushed deep into unconventional territory. How will it respond as the backdrop begins to look more “normal”?

  • Leadership Changes Loom at the Fed

    White papers 11 August 2017

    The Trump administration is starting to consider a replacement for US Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen after her term expires. This is only one potential leadership change in what could be a wave of turnover ahead for the institution.

  • US Equity Downturn Fears Deserve Attention

    White papers 8 August 2017

    Even amid the midsummer lull, more investors are hunkering down and preparing for a potential correction. As the S&P 500 Index continues its relentless grind higher, we think it’s worth considering proactive steps for a change in the environment.

  • US Equity Downturn Fears Deserve Attention

    White papers 8 August 2017

    Even amid the midsummer lull, more investors are hunkering down and preparing for a potential correction. As the S&P 500 Index continues its relentless grind higher, we think it’s worth considering proactive steps for a change in the environment.

  • How Bank Loans Yield to Fantasy

    White papers 8 August 2017

    As an asset class, fixed income generates longer-term returns that are largely predictable. So why are those returns not always a reasonably sure thing, and why is there controversy around the methodology being used for making predictions for one sector in particular?

  • Factor Fitness: Understanding Equity Exposures

    White papers 3 August 2017

    Equity factors are increasingly used by investors to help guide their portfolio allocations. So it’s important to have a good grasp of what factors are and how they perform through an economic cycle, in order to invest effectively.

  • Why ETFs Aren’t a Good Fit in European High Yield

    White papers 1 August 2017

    The index-tracking trend is firmly entrenched. But do investors recognize the big differences between stock and bond ETFs? And do they appreciate that these can cause European high-yield ETFs to lag?

  • Building the Perfect Barbell

    White papers 24 July 2017

    Investors who want to reduce risk and maintain a steady income might consider a barbell strategy that pairs interest rate–sensitive bonds with high-yielding credit assets. But first, it’s important to strike the right balance.

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