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MLP Insights: Q3 2016

MLP Insights: Q3 2016

Two years have already passed since oil fell below $100/barrel and one year since the commodity first crossed below $50. In this analysis, we explore what we believe are three important takeaways for investors about the current state of the MLP space and how it performed in a volatile and trying environment.Explore further

Jay Jacobs, CFA • Aug 24, 2016

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Uranium, Explained

Uranium, Explained

Nuclear power has become an essential source of electricity to meet the world’s growing energy demands, as it can generate power at an enormous scale, is cheaper than many other alternative fuel sources, and emits minimal greenhouse gasses.Explore further

Jay Jacobs, CFA • Aug 17, 2016

Category: Insights

Momentum Looking Quite a Bit Like Low Volatility

Momentum Looking Quite a Bit Like Low Volatility

The Momentum factor can be something of a chameleon; it inherently chases returns wherever they may be coming from. Intuitively, one would expect that given the persistent outperformance of Low Volatility over the last year, Momentum factor indexes would increasingly consist of more Low Volatility stocks.Explore further

Jay Jacobs, CFA • Jul 28, 2016

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