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Building wealth through dividend investing

We believe a disciplined dividend strategy that focuses on rising dividends is a necessary component for building long-term wealth and consistently growing income. Companies that successfully increase their dividend typically do so because there is growth in operating free cash flow.

| Tagged with: Dividend Investing, Economic Policy, Equities, Interest Rates, Investing, Monetary Policy, U.S. Economy

Investment themes for a “Groundhog Day” world

Pursue a realistic income goal with more than bonds. Common stocks and a variety of other corporate securities may yield as much as bonds with greater return potential over time.

Learn more about the Columbia Dividend Income Fund

During the past 80 years, dividends have accounted for over 40% of the market’s total return. This video highlights the virtues of dividend investing and how the management team selects companies for the Columbia Dividend Income Fund.

Tagged with: Columbia Funds, Dividend Investing, Equities, Portfolio Strategies

Looking for sustainable momentum

We have long advocated seeking “scarce growth” in a low-growth environment, and strong growers have thrived of late. In a sense, companies with strong growth and momentum characteristics have become the defensive bets many investors are relying on to ride out today’s uncertain environment.

Tagged with: Equities, Investing, Markets, Portfolio Strategies

Momentum investing — Understanding the risks

Momentum as a factor in investing decisions can be a valuable tool, but must be monitored carefully. Drawdowns can be severe if exposures are not structured mindfully.

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Alternative investments — Q&A with Bill Landes

Bill Landes, Ph.D., Deputy Head of Global Investment Solutions and Head of Alternative Investments, discusses alternative investments and offers some guidance as to why and how investors should consider adding alternatives to their portfolios. Q:  Let’s start with how you define alternatives?

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Is the ECB’s stimulus a positive for European stocks?

Under yesterday’s expanded QE programme, the European Central Bank (ECB) will implement combined monthly purchases of €60bn to end September 2016 or until there is sustained improvement in path of inflation (i.e,. a far-reaching commitment,  though they have said they will not buy more than 25% of the outstanding stock).

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Three’s a party in India

Investors are concluding that the prospects for EM equities are as dim as ever. Yet evaluating EM as a monolithic whole is outdated and dangerous.

Tagged with: Equities, Global Economy, Global Perspectives

Corporate earnings outlook: Why are expectations so low?

Corporate earnings results for the second calendar quarter are likely to be a bit soft. Despite relatively high valuations, investors seem willing to accept that better results are shimmering out in the future.

Tagged with: Equities, Investing, Markets

Europe’s virtuous cycle

The European equity market offers attractive valuations and these have cheapened meaningfully following August’s volatility. We believe European domestic stocks can continue to deliver positive earnings revisions even in a world where China is slowing.

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About Us

Columbia Threadneedle Investments is a leading global asset management group that provides a broad range of actively managed investment strategies and solutions for individual, institutional and corporate clients around the world. With more than 2,000 people, including over 450 investment professionals based in North America, Europe and Asia, we manage $503 billion†† of assets across developed and emerging market equities, fixed income, asset allocation solutions and alternatives.

††In U.S. dollars as of June 30, 2015. Source: Ameriprise Q2 Earnings Release. Includes all assets managed by entities in the Columbia and Threadneedle groups of companies. Contact us for more current data.