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CLOSE THE BOOK ON 2017. NOW WHAT?



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As investors close the books for 2017, they are faced with a number of challenges. Equity valuations are stretched. The Federal Reserve is raising rates. Corporate bond spreads are at decade lows. Geo-political risks abound. The list goes on-and-on.

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