2021 fixed income outlook - March 2021
For fixed income investors in 2021, credit selection and downside protection will be critical. Interest rates are low, and the margin for error is small.
2021 interest rates and inflation outlook
We expect interest rates to stay low in 2021. But will pent up demand generate inflation? Senior interest rate and currency analyst Ed Al-Hussainy explains his view.
Virtual Meetings: The New Face to Face
Learn how to demonstrate credibility, gain new clients and solidify relationships in a virtual world. For the full series, visit Columbia Threadneedle: Virtual meetings – The new face to face
2021 economic outlook
We're likely to see weak GDP growth initially. But once vaccines are broadly distributed, we expect pent-up demand from consumers will lead to more robust growth in the second half of 2021.
2021 equity outlook
COVID-19 has not changed key long-term trends, but cyclical rotation presents opportunities in 2021.
Columbia Select Large Cap Value Fund
Learn how investing in overlooked companies with strong catalysts for positive change may help deliver consistent long-term growth.
MUST: Columbia Multi-Sector Municipal Income...
Discover how a more thoughtful approach to muni investing may help you capture more opportunities than traditional benchmark products. White paper: A Smarter Solution to Municipal Investing
Columbia Emerging Markets Fund
Discover how a consistent approach to emerging markets investing may help you capitalize on one of the biggest potential growth opportunities in today's market.
Fixed-income market update | Columbia...
Gene Tannuzzo explains where he sees opportunity for fixed income investors.
DIAL: Columbia Diversified Fixed Income...
Discover how a broader, more balanced approach to fixed-income investing may help to deliver income — in all markets. Learn about Columbia Diversified Fixed Income Allocation ETF, the first ETF of its kind.
Active Insights Without Premium Pricing
Marc Zeitoun, CFA, COO of North America and Head of Strategic Beta at Columbia Threadneedle Investments, shares what fixed income investors need to know about ETFs and how Columbia Threadneedle is differentiating itself in the marketplace.
Coronavirus: Investing Wisely in a Time of...
Coronavirus-driven market volatility is likely to be temporary, says Colin Moore, though there are short-term risks, particularly around the liquidity of individuals and some corporations.
How to Avoid Dividend Cuts
Part of a successful dividend investing strategy is avoiding companies that cut their dividends. In this video, senior portfolio manager Scott Davis explains how he identifies those companies that may be likely to slash dividend payments. Davis focuses on three things: free cash flow coverage of the dividend; the health of the company’s balance sheet; and the degree of volatility in the stock’s...
The #1 U.S. Multi-Sector Bond Fund
Marc Zeitoun, CFA, COO of North America and Head of Strategic Beta at Columbia Threadneedle, examines the company's approach to Strategic Beta ETFs with focus on active fund managers building the strategic beta ruleset and two income funds that are in the top decile for their Morningstar category (Tickers: DIAL and MUST). For more information visit: www.columbiathreadneedleus.com/etf
Strategic Municipal Income Fund | Columbia...
Columbia Strategic Municipal Income Fund has the flexibility to take advantage of interest rate changes and credit cycles—designed for opportunistic investing. Find out how a flexible approach to interest rates and credit may help to generate tax-exempt income — throughout all markets. For more videos from Columbia Threadneedle Investments: ww.youtube.com/ctinvest_us To learn more about...
How adaptive risk allocation works
Josh Kutin explains how his approach to risk allocation is informed by a market state classification system.
Total Return Bond Fund
Learn how this fund may help navigate market volatility while pursuing more consistent total return and income.
The Case for a Flexible Approach to Investing
Investing across the capital spectrum provides interesting opportunities, says senior portfolio manager David King. A flexible strategy can pursue an outcome rather than just looking for stocks or looking for bonds.