As headline risk rotates from Brexit to the US presidential election in November, research analysts are weighing in on what could happen.
The outlook for emerging markets is becoming more stable as falls in currency, oil and other commodity prices - added to a soft landing for China - continue to ease, argues Tai Hui, chief market strategist Asia at JP Morgan Asset Management.
Low interest rates and low inflation have brought the dividend theme to prominence this year, said Edmund Yun, executive director and head of investment for Asia.
Negative performance could actually raise returns in the long run, but wealth managers are up against the human tendency to want only consistent capital appreciation.
The psychology of risk aversion is the hardest thing for wealth managers to overcome.
What can wealth managers do when clients insist on investing in something that is clearly not in their best interest?
As volatility roars back, with major markets all negative year-to-date, client expectations also go through wild swings.
Why is it important if central banks are running out of ammo to spark growth and fight deflation? asks Colin Moore, global chief investment officer for Columbia Threadneedle.