Video: What are you really buying?

Major stock indices hang near their all-time highs, while the number of public U.S. companies has plunged since the mid-1990s. What do these diverging trends mean for investors’ portfolios?
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Beyond the election

For the second time in only a few months, a major voting decision has delivered an unexpected result. The victory of Donald Trump in the U.S. presidential election was largely unexpected and, following the old adage that “markets don’t like uncertainty,” may cause a global spike in volatility.
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Middle market lending

The U.S. middle market is comprised of nearly 200,000 businesses and accounts for more than 47 million jobs. If ranked as a country, the U.S. middle market would represent the world’s third-largest economy. Despite its size and importance to the economy, many investors have had limited access to investing in middle market companies.
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