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What's Driving America's Stock Market Dominance?

And will U.S. stock market outperformance continue?

Since the last bull market emerged from the global financial crisis, no allocation decision has proved more important than the split between U.S. and non-U.S. equities. A U.S. equity-heavy portfolio likely outperformed one tilted toward non-U.S. stocks by a wide margin regardless of a money managers' talent.  

What's inside

  • Analyze the factors that explain the performance divergence between U.S. and non-U.S. equities.  
  • Examine the role of active fund managers and their shifting perspectives on U.S. stocks. 

  • Explore the likelihood that non-U.S. markets make a resurgence. 

In this comprehensive report, we unravel the reasons behind America’s stock market's dominance since 2010. We delve into the structural advantages that have propelled U.S. equities to superior returns and dissect the factors contributing to the U.S. market's outperformance. 

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