John Hancock Financial is an informal term for a United States insurance company which existed, in various forms, from its founding on April 21, 1862, until its acquisition in 2004 by the Canadian insurance company Manulife Financial. It was named in honor of John Hancock, a prominent Patriot. The company continues to operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of Manulife and its headquarters remains in Boston, Massachusetts. John Hancock Financial Network (JHFN) is the retail distribution company of John Hancock Life Insurance Company, U.S.A., which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Manulife Financial Corporation.

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  • Guarding against longevity risk—the risk of outliving your money—is among the biggest risks retirement savers must face. Market risk is yet another. John Hancock Asset Management’s (JHAM’s) Portfolio Manager Robert E. Sykes, CFA, outlines the two distinct equity glide paths his team designed for plan sponsors with competing target-date fund investor needs to address. Rob and his colleagues on JHAM...

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  • An open-architecture target-date fund construction process yields an additional dimension of diversification, says John Hancock Asset Management (JHAM) Portfolio Manager Robert E. Sykes, CFA. Always wary of the perils embedded in manager concentration risk, Rob and his colleagues on JHAM’s global asset allocation team oversee three different suites of multimanager target-date funds, including John...

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  • Attempts to reduce or reverse the United States’ current account deficit by imposing trade tariffs could create unnecessary risks and do more harm than good to the broader economy, says Megan E. Greene, chief economist with John Hancock Asset Management. Megan examines the domestic policies that drive America’s current account deficit—independent of trade—and discusses why any approach that allege...

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  • The Great Depression’s Smoot-Hawley tariffs and the history of empires rising and falling are instructive for anyone wishing to better understand today’s rising trade tensions, says Megan E. Greene, chief economist with John Hancock Asset Management. Megan examines the lessons that may be drawn from history as the U.S. and China engage in retaliatory threats that are triggering financial market vo...

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  • If equity valuations have been bid up too high and bond yields remain too low, is there a third way for asset allocators? John Hancock Asset Management (JHAM) Portfolio Manager Robert E. Sykes, CFA, argues alternative investments play an important role in most macroeconomic environments—but particularly those marked by the maturing market cycle we’re observing right now. Rob and his colleagues on ...

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  • Portfolio Manager Mark Giambrone describes how the stock of Sallie Mae exemplifies his value investment philosophy. Given the long-term prospects of this company’s market-leading franchise and the credit features particular to student-lending stocks, Mark offers an estimate of Sallie Mae’s stock performance potential. Explore other equity funds from John Hancock Investments: http://bit.ly/2uu8h...

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John Hancock Financial Services
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  • John Hancock Value Equity Fund seeks to identify undervalued companies that offer a higher dividend yield than the broad U.S. equity market. Portfolio Manager Mark Giambrone outlines his investment philosophy and why he believes the fund’s approach to value stock investing offers benchmark-beating potential over time. Explore other equity funds from John Hancock Investments: http://bit.ly/2uu8hVB...

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