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Jason Odom

Strategist, Asset Allocation

Mr. Odom is a senior vice president and asset allocation strategist in the Newport Beach office. He focuses on multi-asset strategies and customized portfolio analyses. He has 12 years of investment experience and holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He received an undergraduate degree from Azusa Pacific University.
Jason Odom

Latest Insights

Does the 60-40 Portfolio Still Make Sense?
26 May 2022
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.
Three Ways to Help Hedge Inflation Risk
26 May 2022
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.
Asset Allocation Outlook for 2022
20 December 2021
Learn how PIMCO is positioning portfolios across asset classes – including Equities, Rates, Credit, Real Assets, and Currency Markets.
How Can Transformation Lead to Opportunity in 2022?
20 December 2021
Hear PIMCO’s asset allocation takeaways on where we see the most compelling opportunities in the age of transformation.
Mid-Cycle Investing: Growth-Oriented and Selective
15 July 2021
Look to growth-oriented assets, like equities and credit, as we move into a mid-cycle environment, but keep in mind that dispersion will likely drive returns and selectivity will be crucial.
Comparing Risk Assets in Mid-Cycle Markets
15 July 2021
Growth-oriented asset classes are likely to shine, but not equally. Geraldine Sundstrom and Erin Browne discuss our views across asset classes, including equities, credits, currencies and rates, and how we’re positioning for a mid-cycle environment.
Navigating the Growth Rebound
29 January 2021
The global economy has moved from a late-cycle to an early-cycle environment in less than a year. Positioning portfolios today means taking advantage of new cycle opportunities – in select equities, credit, and emerging markets – while defending against the risks that remain.