Continued central bank moves to low or negative interest rates have recently created concern about slower growth—and even financial stability. And negative interest rate policy will present both challenges and opportunities for investors.
Portfolio shifts can help investors adjust to uncertain markets, but the fundamental issue of finding higher returns in a low-return world, without taking undue risks, remains. This month’s flagship asset allocation report addresses this issue by suggesting investors choose to adopt one or more of the following strategies:
- Beyond benchmark fixed income investing—through greater diversification in fixed income, investors have the potential to earn higher returns by accessing some less traditional and less liquid instruments in the fixed income universe
- Endowment style concept—an approach that seeks to earn higher returns by allocating a higher proportion of assets to illiquid alternative asset classes including hedge funds, private equity, private debt and real estate
For more strategies and specific asset allocation guidance, read the latest edition of UBS House View: “Meeting the challenge of negative rates .”
To understand how to best incorporate these insights into your own investment strategy, connect with your UBS Financial Advisor or find one.
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