Investors have put a premium on safety in recent months amid a global market meltdown caused by panic related to the Global Pandemic, among other factors, according to global index provider FTSE Russell.
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As investor fascination with the digital asset market continues to rise, investors have been looking to the US as the next potential market for ETFs that track digital assets. And speculation has only increased in recent weeks with the first bitcoin ETF launch in Canada joining crypto ETP listings in Germany and Switzerland, as well as the continued popularity of the Grayscale investment trusts tracking this market.
When we first developed the Russell Style Indexes, their primary objective was to provide appropriate benchmarks for active asset managers. But investors soon discovered growth and value indexes could be useful for other purposes—such as the basis for passive investments or as tools for implementing tactical style tilts.
Post-pandemic prospects for higher inflation (and interest rates) suggest the dramatic expansion in P/E multiples of the past few years may have run its course. While valuation levels are unreliable market-timing tools, the key question facing investors is whether a P/E mean reversion would be damaging or benign for stocks.
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