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2023 Outlook: Get the Balance Right

  • We favor quality companies with strong cash flows. The risk of a deeper economic contraction, lower liquidity, and declining earnings growth are all factors that could limit a meaningful recovery in risk assets.
  • The U.S. consumer’s health will likely deteriorate with inflation elevated and the job market showing weakness. These conditions favor defensive sectors such as Health Care, Consumer Staples, and Utilities, while negatively impacting cyclical sectors, like Consumer Discretionary.
  • Globally, a peak in the U.S. dollar could create attractive opportunities. China is a focus due to its gradual reopening from COVID-19 lockdowns, which could spur economic growth. In Europe, energy reserves are high, which could boost sentiment.
  • Declining asset class correlation can reinforce bonds as a volatility hedge in a balanced portfolio. The outlook for longer duration products in fixed income could improve as central banks slow their trajectory of rate hikes. However, we expect fixed income to remain challenged in the first half of 2023 as policy rates rise to the terminal rate.

Please refer to our 2023 Outlook for more perspective into our views for the next year.

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The hypothetical model portfolios discussed herein are provided for illustrative purposes only. This information should not be relied upon for trading purposes or as investment advice, research, or a recommendation by Global X Management LLC regarding (i) any fund, (ii) the use or suitability of the model portfolios or (iii) any security in particular. Financial advisors are responsible for making their own independent judgment as to how to use this information. Target allocations contained herein are subject to change. There is no assurance that the target allocations can or will be achieved, and actual allocations and risk or return profiles of actual portfolio holdings may be significantly different from those shown here.

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