As we reach the halfway point of 2019, stocks have recovered from the double-digit losses sustained in the fourth quarter of 2018 – another illustration of the underlying resiliency that has been a hallmark of the current bull market.
Is the longest-running bull market on record back on solid ground? In Cambiar’s opinion, 2019 has the potential to be a good year for equities,…
Cambiar Investors announced fee reductions on all mutual funds
After posting consistent quarterly gains over the past three years (with the -0.8% return in 1Q18 as the sole exception), U.S. stocks (defined as the…
Cambiar President Brian Barish details why the performance gaps between the U.S. and international markets have been so wide in recent years.
Cambiar President provides a brief difference between value and growth investing.
The rise of the Chinese middle class is having a profound impact on the travel industry. Cambiar explores the growth.
Cambiar President Brian Barish provides his mid-year commentary and analyzes the similarities between current market conditions and that of 20 years ago.
Global markets were mixed in the quarter as strong company-specific catalysts were offset by more macro natured headwinds.
Volatility is back. Is it a new paradigm or return to trend?
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