Richard Bernstein Advisors

4 for '24: Year Ahead Outlook - RBA's quarterly webinar - 1/23

January 9, 2024 in IMGP Partner

2023 will likely go down in history as a year of extreme speculation. 2023’s speculation could make 2024 the beginning of a once-in-a-generation opportunity for investors willing to embrace diversification.

Please join Richard Bernstein on Tuesday, January 23rd at 4:15 PM ET to hear our macroeconomic outlook & insights for 2024.

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Key Discussion Points:

  • 4 pivotal investment themes for 2024
  • Investors' historic risk-taking during 2023 likely to moderate in 2024
  • Potential for a replay of the 2000's "Lost Decade"
  • Importance of having a liquid fixed income portfolio this year
  • Managing risk in an uncertain market environment

If you can't attend live, please register to receive the replay information.

ABOUT RBA: Richard Bernstein Advisors LLC (RBA) is an independent investment adviser focusing on longer-term investment strategies that combine top-down, macroeconomic analysis and quantitatively-driven portfolio construction. We strive to be the leading provider of innovative investment solutions for investors, and our competitive edge is our research-driven macro style of investing. Our top-down macro approach differentiates our firm from the more common, traditional bottom-up approach of most asset managers. Our extensive array of macro indicators allows us to construct portfolios for clients that are innovative, risk-controlled, and focused on overall portfolio construction instead of individual stock selection.

RBA partners with several firms including Eaton Vance Corporation and First Trust Portfolios LP, and currently has $15.0 billion collectively under management and advisement as of September 30, 2023. RBA acts as sub‐advisor for the Eaton Vance Richard Bernstein Equity Strategy Fund and the Eaton Vance Richard Bernstein All‐Asset Strategy Fund. The firm also offers income and unique theme‐oriented unit trusts through First Trust and is the index provider for the First Trust RBA American Industrial Renaissance® ETF. Additionally, RBA runs ETF asset allocation SMA portfolios at UBS Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo, RBC, Janney, PNC and on select RIA platforms. RBA's investment insights as well as further information about the firm and products can be found at

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