Captive Review Magazine Unveils Industry Awards
This week's Barron's cover story features the results of their semi-annual Big Money Poll. In the spring, a record 50% of respondents categorized themselves as neutral about the market's prospects through year end. This looks like a good call as the market traded sideways to slightly down since the spring.
In the latest fall survey, it found that the pros are slightly more bullish than in the spring. 55% of respondents call themselves bullish through next June, up from 45% in the spring survey.
Even though the bulls have increased, this doesn't mean that it will translate to big gains in the stock market. Based on their mean market forecasts, the Big Money bulls see the Dow ending the year at 17,140 which is below yesterday's close. The bulls expect the Dow to reach 17,965 by the middle of next year, for a slight gain of 4.3% from here.
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By Alessandra Malito
Morristown, New Jersey -- Runnymede Capital Management has been named winner of "Innovation in Investment Management" at the 2015 US Captive Services Awards. Runnymede is the only firm to have won a captive services award for four consecutive years having been previously named "Best Client Care in Investment Management" in 2012, 2013, and 2014. This is the first year that Runnymede has won "Innovation in Investment Management."
The US Captive Services Awards recognize service providers to captive insurance companies who have outperformed their competitors and demonstrated the highest levels of excellence over the past 12 months. The awards took place in Burlington, Vermont on the eve of the Vermont Captive Insurance Association’s (VCIA) annual conference – the largest captive insurance gathering in the United States. This year's awards drew a record number of firms submitted for nomination and included seventy four firms vying for top honors.
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"Neutral men are the devil's allies." -- Edwin Hubbel Chapin
This week's Barron's cover story features the results of their semi-annual Big Money Poll. The latest survey, emailed in late March, drew responses from 143 money managers across the country, representing some of the nation's largest investment firms and pension funds, as well as many smaller investment boutiques. The poll is interesting as it gives one a consensus view of market expectations.
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