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Emmanuel Sharef

Portfolio Manager, Asset Allocation and Multi Real Asset
Dr. Sharef is an executive vice president and portfolio manager in the Newport Beach office, focused on asset allocation and multi-real-asset strategies and the residential real estate market. He is a member of the Americas portfolio committee and has served as a rotating member of the Investment Committee. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2011, he worked in the mortgage credit strategists group at Morgan Stanley. He has 15 years of investment and financial services experience and holds a Ph.D. in operations research from Cornell University, specializing in statistics and biometrics. He received an undergraduate degree from Princeton University.
Economic and Market Commentary

Learn how we are navigating differences in monetary policies and economic outlooks in order to optimize portfolio performance.

Asset Allocation Outlook

In this Asset Allocation Outlook, we discuss how shifting dynamics among global economies and markets present a range of opportunities for multi-asset portfolios.

Economic and Market Commentary

Learn why we believe it is prime time for bonds, how we’re emphasizing diversification and caution and prioritizing quality, and where the opportunities are in today’s markets and beyond.

Asset Allocation Outlook

In our 2024 Asset Allocation Outlook, bonds emerge as a standout asset class, offering strong prospects, resilience, diversification, and attractive valuations compared with equities.

Asset Allocation Outlook

An allocation to fixed income may help investors navigate a potential recession as well as uncertainty around the Federal Reserve’s policy trajectory.

Economic and Market Commentary
Asset Allocation Outlook

With interest rates higher amid a challenging macro environment, we see a compelling case for bond allocations and are cautious about higher-risk investments.

There are many ways to help make portfolios more resilient to inflation: We highlight three attractively priced inflation hedges now: EM currencies, green energy and real estate.

In this uncertain environment with increased inflation risk, portfolio construction will be key going forward, and we think investors should consider expanding the number of diversifiers in their portfolios.

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