Stay up to date on emerging industry issues and trends with Sage perspectives. From fixed income to sustainable investing, our experts cover a range of subject matter that is relevant to today’s advisors and consultants.
3 Reasons to Own Bonds
March 1, 2021 — This 90-second video explains three reasons to hold bonds in a portfolio: income, capital preservation, and diversification.
Should Bond Investors Be Worried About Inflation?
February 25, 2021 — Inflation is a bond investor’s worst enemy. Higher costs erode the purchasing power of a bond’s future cash flows, which pushes. . . .
Moderating Default Rates in Corporate Credit Meet Historically Tight Valuations
February 10, 2021 — In the aftermath of the economic crisis driven by Covid-19, are investors turning a blind eye to credit fundamentals when unemployment. . . .
ESG Highlights & Holdings — Toyota Motor Corporation
February 9, 2021 — Toyota Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational automotive company that designs, manufacturers, and sells passenger and commercial vehicles. Motor vehicles are. . . .
Sustainable Investing Glossary
February 8, 2021 — As the world of sustainable investing continues to evolve, so too does the landscape of associations and terms encompassing progress toward. . . .
Fixed Income Outlook in 5 Charts
January 28, 2021 — Sage’s Fixed Income Outlook in 5 Charts
Net Zero Heroes: Understanding Corporate Challenges, Realities and Goals
January 28, 2021 — Many Fortune 500 companies have made it a goal to be carbon neutral, or have “net zero” emissions, by 2050, as. . . .
Investing with Purpose (Animated Video)
ESG investing provides an additional layer of risk analysis and enables investors to achieve their financial goals while investing in companies that align with their. . . .
The Sage ESG 50: An Annual Ranking of the Best ESG U.S. Corporate Bond Issuers
December 30, 2020 — ESG considerations have become increasingly important measures for assessing company valuations, risk management, and regulatory compliance. The quality and consistent execution. . . .