Challenges for the Next Generation of Investors

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December 2006 | Vol. 2006 | No. 1 | 20 pages
Source: CFA Institute
Abby Joseph Cohen, CFA



Investors are coming to terms with new challenges related to the interconnectedness of national economies and financial markets. Globalization involves structural adjustments, including the growing importance of emerging economies, increased attention to climate change and other environmental issues, and a multitude of factors that drive cross-border capital flows. On a shorter-term basis, investors are facing several inflection points, such as (1) the deceleration of economic growth in the United States, which has long been the largest source of global economic demand, and (2) the end of the decades-long disinflation experienced in most developed economies.

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