Impostor syndrome: Flipping the script on professional self-doubt ?>

Impostor syndrome: Flipping the script on professional self-doubt

Ever experience that nagging voice in your head? I don’t deserve… I’m not worthy… I’m a fraud… It’s called Impostor Syndrome. Today we will talk with Ann Miletti, Head of
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Chart of the week: Fixed income: Global yield curves

Our Market Optics chartbook contains data-driven insights that power our portfolio management teams’ views, ideas, and decisions. Each week, we’ll take a look a closer look at one of the charts. This
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The week that was … the week to come

Every Friday, Brian Jacobsen provides perspective on key events and topics of the current week and his thoughts about what the week ahead may hold. Here’s his report for the
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Chart of the week: Equities: Value, growth, and yields

Our Market Optics chartbook contains data-driven insights that power our portfolio management teams’ views, ideas, and decisions. Each week, we’ll take a look a closer look at one of the charts.
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Impostor syndrome: Flipping the script on professional self-doubt

Ever experience that nagging voice in your head? I don’t deserve… I’m not worthy… I’m a fraud… It’s called Impostor Syndrome. Today we will talk with Ann Miletti, Head of Active Equity at Wells Fargo Asset Management (WFAM), about her career and how she came to view Impostor Syndrome—not uncommon among professional women—as her competitive advantage.

Chart of the week: Fixed income: Global yield curves

Our Market Optics chartbook contains data-driven insights that power our portfolio management teams’ views, ideas, and decisions. Each week, we’ll take a look a closer look at one of the charts.

This week’s topic: Fixed income: Global yield curves


That escalated quickly

 

·         Aggressive action by central banks around the world has pinned the front end of most yield curves.

·         Yield curves flattened in 2020 as investors bid up intermediate and longer-term debt in “safe-haven” trades and to try to capture higher levels of yield.

·         The long end of yield curves have adjusted quite a bit to an improved economic outlook and expectations of higher inflation.


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Beyond money market funds—ideas for cash investments

Today’s edition of On the Trading Desk® features a discussion about ways to invest cash that you maybe haven’t thought of, meaning investment opportunities beyond money market funds. We’re talking with Jeff Weaver, Senior Portfolio Manager and Head of Municipal and Short Duration Fixed Income, Wells Fargo Asset Management (WFAM) Global Fixed Income.