Manager Insight Series
Loans or Bonds?
There may be a favorable relative-value advantage for floating rate loans over high-yield bonds in the near term.
Twelve for '19
Twelve charts illustrating the themes and market environment in 2019.
The Value in Small-Cap Value
Using small-cap value stocks is currently the least expensive asset class within U.S. equities, have historically outperformed small-cap growth stocks, and may provide diversification benefits to an investor’s portfolio.
The Case for SMID
Over the past 40 years, small- to mid-cap (SMID-cap) stocks have outperformed small- and large-cap equities in both bull and bear markets.
A Tale of Two Markets
Divergence in today’s high yield market can be challenging, but also provides opportunity.
Tina Jones from Rothschild & Co Asset Management US Inc., the subadvisor for the Pacific Funds U.S. equity funds, gives her views on the impact of tariffs on domestic small-cap stocks and what the future may hold.
Portfolio Managers David Weismiller and Ying Qiu share insights into what’s happening in the BBB space and the impact to investors.
Portfolio Manager Viewpoints
Pacific Funds Portfolio Managers JP Leasure and Michael Marzouk discuss the loan market, outlook, and portfolio strategy until the end of 2018.
Pacific Funds Strategic Income Portfolio Manager Q&A
Pacific FundsSM Strategic Income Portfolio Manager Brian Robertson discusses the flexibility of Pacific Funds Strategic Income and what sets the investment process apart from peers.
Floating Rate Once Again
Bank loan portfolio managers JP Leasure and Michael Marzouk discuss the loan market, outlook, and portfolio strategy for the remainder of 2017.
Fiscal Policy to the Forefront
Pacific Funds portfolio managers discuss the current market environment, fiscal and regulatory policy, and their broad positioning for the second half of 2017.
An Alternative to the Sirens’ Song
Pacific Funds portfolio managers examine several developments that have increased the focus on alternatives and how the asset class may address two of the more pressing potential risks in capital markets today.
Value, Growth, or Both? A Framework for Allocating to Small-Cap U.S. Equity
While investing solely in a small-cap core strategy can provide a set-it-and-forget-it approach, those who believe in rebalancing or taking tactical views may prefer both small-cap value and small-cap growth strategies.
Portfolio Manager Viewpoint
Pacific Funds portfolio manager David Weismiller discusses how fixed-income portfolios may be positioned in the post-U.S. presidential election environment.
Climbing the Wall of Optimism
Will the surge in consumer and business confidence translate into economic growth? In this article, we discuss this notion and our overall positioning entering 2017.