CIO Bart Grenier reviews 2016 and believes active management will have a distinct advantage in 2017.
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We believe heavily sought after, traditionally positioned dividend portfolios pose concealed performance hazards and investors should consider more diversified, all-weather dividend solutions.
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CIO Bart Grenier believes active management will have a distinct advantage in 2017.
A number of factors are converging to create opportunities there. [2:55]
Concealed risks in traditional dividend portfolios should give investors pause.
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