Almost two years after the pandemic struck, the global economic recovery is going strong. Still, policy interventions will have a long-lasting impact. Investors need to look further afield to generate asset returns – both geographically and beyond public markets.
00.00: Long – Term Capital Market Assumptions. Time – tested projections to build stronger portfolios.
00.12: Amid today’s challenging investing environment
00.16: Investors and advisers need long – term insights and projections they can trust
00.18: For 26 years, investment professionals have trusted the long-term capital markets assumptions that inform J.P. Morgan’s investment decisions as a tool to build stronger portfolios.
00.29: Our research is drawn from experts across J.P. Morgan Asset Management
00:32 and used by J.P. Morgan professionals
00.36: to inform investment decisions in our Multi – Asset Solutions portfolios
00.39: From key findings to detailed matrices, the LTCMA report gets you straight to the information you need.
00. 45: Executive Summary
00.45: Thematic articles exploring global trends
00.45: Asset class return estimates
00.45: Detailed assumptions matrices
00.51: For an at a glance overview, the executive summary paints the…
00.51...broad picture of asset returns over a 10 -15 year investment horizon.
00.53: Year – on – year shifts
00.55: Thematic trends
00.57: Notable asset return assumptions
1:01: Inflation and growth projections
1:04: Thematic articles provide in-depth insight into the big picture themes shaping long-term global returns.
1.08: What are the choices and trade-offs in ESG investing?
1:13 China’s asset markets: Too big to ignore or too hot to handle?
1:18 Do cryptocurrencies have a role in long-term portfolios?
1:23 The why of alternatives is clear, but where is the guidance on how?
1.27 Asset class return estimates
1:33 Long-term capital market assumptions provide return and volatility estimates to support portfolio investment decisions across markets and asset classes.
1:36 Fixed Income
1:38 Alternative Strategies
1:39 Volatility & Correlation
1:42 Detailed assumptions matrices
1:46 And assumptions matrices support strategic asset allocation through carefully calibrated estimates in multiple currencies.
2:00 By sharing our best thinking on the forces and assumptions driving long-term assets, LTCMA empowers you to look ahead with confidence.
2:00 The LTCMA report is a key component of our wider Portfolio Insights program.
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2:07: Our Portfolio Insights helps guide your portfolio decisions through timely commentary, strategic perspectives and in-depth analysis.
2:16 However you choose to use the LTCMA and Portfolio Insights program there is insightful information to help support your investment decisions.
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Expected low returns from a 60/40 portfolio call into question the efficacy of traditional approaches to asset allocation. In particular, the inability of fixed income to provide either compelling returns or diversification suggests that investors need a new architecture for asset allocation.
We recommend a “full spectrum” approach to uncover alternative sources of return. This new architecture embraces a range of mid risk assets, such as real assets, mezzanine debt, hedge funds and hedged equity, along with extension from traditional fixed income and equity into alternatives such as private credit and private equity. In the full spectrum approach, the dominant form of risk shifts from correlation to liquidity and complexity.