Mark Eibel

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Why not move some of that money offshore within a multi-asset framework? Look what emerging markets are doing this year. And, even with five elections around the table, look what Europe is doing right now, holding up quite nicely.

You could enter into a really interesting period where the Fed is raising rates and some of the promises don't get delivered in a market that's arguably at least fairly valued, but we would say 'overvalued'. That's the moment that maybe you start seeing this market move down. Could the U.S. market continue to go up higher? Sure. But we seem to be priced for perfection.

We just think there are better places to put your equity money right now.

We thought two rate hikes starting in May or June. We think that March is definitely on the table now.

You have no wiggle room on perfection. Buy low, sell high. That's what we're trying to do.

It got even more extended, and I think you're seeing this year almost a re-balancing into some of those other areas, whether it's bonds, whether it's emerging markets.

A multi-asset platform, we think, really plays well in 2017, and that's what we've seen so far.

I think it's really the honeymoon period. It's the hope that we can grow at a faster pace, [but] 3 percent on an ongoing basis is a pretty high hurdle from the 1.5 to 2 percent that we've experienced.

As we get into the governing of the next administration, it's probably a good opportunity to continue to trim the U.S., which is overvalued relative to the rest of the world.

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