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5-year Expected Returns
2022-2026

5-year Expected Returns

The Roasting Twenties - Things are heating up

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Peter van der Welle

Our optimism linked to technological and economic growth rests on a paradox: it is intertwined with that sinking feeling that climate catastrophe is closing in

Peter van der Welle, Multi-Asset Strategist

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Our 5-year Expected Returns

Our 5-year Expected Returns includes:

  • The expected returns for all major asset classes for the 2022-2026 period
  • Analysis of market valuations and macro scenarios
  • Introduction of climate as a factor impacting future returns
  • Special topics on central bank policies, crypto currencies and future factor premiums

For the outlook on long-term steady-state returns, read our Long-Term Expected Returns.

Special topics

In this section we address three questions faced by professional investors.

Special topics

In this section we address three questions faced by professional investors.

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