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Robert Serenbetz

Portfolio Strategist, New York Life Investment Management

Robert Serenbetz is the Portfolio Strategist with New York Life Investment Management’s Multi Asset Solutions (MAS) team. He contributes to investment thought leadership and communication efforts across New York Life Investment Management. He is responsible for investment strategy, portfolio construction, and capital markets research.

Prior to joining New York Life, Robert served at Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC (“CSSU”) where he worked for the CIO Americas team in the Private Bank. Robert received a B.A. in Economics and International Relations from Hobart and William Smith Colleges, where he was also inducted into Omicron Delta Epsilon (Economic Honors Society).

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Trade Tensions Back in the Headlines

by: ; Lauren Goodwin, CFA;
The US-China trade war has returned to media headlines. The White House, frustrated by mired trade negotiations, increased existing tariffs...

Still Invested, Perhaps More Vigilant

by: ; Robert Serenbetz
At the start of the year, it was easy to upgrade equities. The pace and scale of global equity market declines in Q4 departed significantly from...

Should You Wait for a Market Pullback?

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With the U.S. equity market approaching its all-time high, it isn’t surprising that many advisors and clients are asking what’s next...

What Does an Inverted Yield Curve Mean for Your Asset Allocation?

by: ; Lauren Goodwin, CFA
The U.S. Treasury Yield Curve inverted, potentially signaling the next market...

Earnings Update, Where Do We Go from Here?

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After receiving 4Q18 earnings reports from all S&P 500 constituents, total earnings were up around...

Resilient Portfolios in the Face of Brexit and Other Geopolitical Risks

by: ; Robert Serenbetz
The United Kingdom (UK) Parliament voted down the latest version...

What Keeps Us Up at Night?

by: ; Robert Serenbetz
Our 2019 outlook is holding up well so far this year. The S&P 500 is up 16% over December lows. The U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed) has signaled it will slow – or even stop...

6 Brexit outcomes

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On Tuesday December 11th members of British Parliament are expected to vote on the European Union withdrawal agreement only 108 days before the divorce by default on...