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A key to the Morningstar® Wide Moat Focus IndexSM’s success is getting valuations right. Several companies proved excellent examples of this in January, helping the index start the year strong.
The Newmont-Goldcorp merger creates another supermajor to contend with the Barrick-Randgold combination, and we expect the supermajors to create value and set new standards for the industry.
The rapid move of PG&E from an investment grade rating to potential default, and how that impacts high yield markets, provides an interesting example of how unexpected events can impact bond investors.
After a euphoric start, 2018 proved to be a challenging year for global markets, driven by macro factors. Through it all, we believe the real story continues to be the long march of secular growth in emerging markets.
2018 proved to be a banner year for the Morningstar® Wide Moat Focus IndexSM, as Morningstar’s research process helped position the strategy away from what turned out to be trouble spots in Q4. The index’s December review resulted in new positioning for 2019.
A pause or reversal in U.S. dollar strength may favor emerging markets local currency bonds, which are already at historically low valuations against the U.S. dollar.
The gold market begins the New Year with new positive trends and could test the 5-year resistance level of $1,365 in 2019.