Roger Aliaga-Diaz, Vanguard's chief economist, Americas, and head of portfolio construction, explains why investors should maintain their bond positions even in an environment of rising interest rates.
In the United States, a more recent trend of daily COVID-19 vaccinations approaching 1 million reaffirms our outlook for GDP growth above 5% in 2021. Additional fiscal stimulus would introduce the potential for further upside to growth.
Based on promising signs that COVID-19 vaccines currently in trail are effectiveand production capacity allows for doses to be delivered early-to-mid-2021, Vanguardsees an increased likelihood of the U.S. economy reaching pre-COVID-19 output levelsbefore the end of 2021.
U.S. presidential elections typically don't have a long-term effect on market performance. So how should investors position their portfolios ahead of the 2020 election? This video shares Vanguard's views.
26 Oct 2020
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