A Transforming World

A Transforming World
Insights on The U.S., The Markets, The World
10 Trends to Watch When You Invest
Today's economic and social trends are shaping tomorrow's investment opportunities
at home and abroad. Here's a look at how you might invest to take advantage of them.
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A Conversation with GE's Jeffrey Immelt
The Chairman and CEO of one of American's most innovative companies discusses U.S. manufacturing, energy independence and how the latest technological breakthroughs are transforming our future.
Innovative companies may boost your returns
Industry leaders in R&D have shown the ability to generate shareholder value and may help you pursue your goals.
Interest rates and your financial goals
Whether you're planning for retirement or your child's education, find out how to navigate a rising rate environment.
Managing fixed income when interest rates rise
Begin by taking a thoughtful approach. Consider total returns and not just current yields. Maintain a well-diversified portfolio.
Portfolio rebalancing
Is your portfolio in sync with your goals? See how rebalancing your portfolio, including reallocating stocks, bonds and cash, can be a critical step in helping you stay on track.
Three trends changing our world
Demographic shifts are having a profound effect on our future — from healthcare and retirement to energy use and technology.
Socially responsible investing
Matching your portfolio with a belief in a better world.
Solving the Energy Challenge
The soaring demand for energy presents economic, environmental and security issues. More efficient technologies may be the answer, says Sarbjit Nahal of BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research.
The linkages across financial markets and economies can present both opportunities and risks to you as an investor.
Brian Moynihan
Chief Executive Officer
Bank of America
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Global investing poses special risks, including foreign taxation, currency fluctuation, risk associated with possible differences in financial standards and other monetary and political risks.

Investing in fixed-income securities may involve certain risks, including the credit quality of individual issuers, possible prepayments, market or economic developments and yields and share price fluctuations due to changes in interest rates. When interest rates go up, bond prices typically drop, and vice versa.

Investments focused in a certain industry may pose additional risks due to lack of diversification, industry volatility, economic turmoil, susceptibility to economic, political or regulatory risks and other sector concentration risks.

Asset allocation, diversification, and rebalancing do not ensure a profit or protect against loss in declining markets.