Michael Dzialo, Portfolio Manager

Michael Dzialo is President, Portfolio Manager and founder of MAP, a sub-advisor to Catalyst Funds. Mr. Dzialo is Portfolio Manager of a global equity strategy and a global balanced strategy fund at Catalyst Funds and has over 31 years of investment experience.

Headlines from Across the MAP

Although no economy is the same and there are relevant differences between the Japanese and the US or European macro setup, we can learn quite a few things by studying what happened in a jurisdiction that experimented with QE and ‘‘QE + fiscal’’ already 20-30 years ago.

Headlines from Across the MAP

The biggest wildcard for U.S. inflation over the next year doesn’t come from used cars or airline fares. Instead, it is housing. At MAP, we spend much of our time reading. We want to point you to our favorite articles. Here is our weekly curation of our favorite reads.

Headlines from Across the MAP

The biggest wildcard for U.S. inflation over the next year doesn’t come from used cars or airline fares. Instead, it is housing. At MAP, we spend much of our time reading. We want to point you to our favorite articles. Here is our weekly curation of our favorite reads.

MAP Views: Positioning Portfolios for a Higher Inflationary Environment

Stocks marched higher during the past three months, marking the fifth consecutive quarterly advance since the pandemic-induced crash last year. Value stocks continued their upward momentum but did give up some of their gains relative to growth stocks in June.

The Forces of Inflation and Preparing your Portfolio

The seemingly unlimited fiscal and monetary stimulus seen in the past 14 months will have consequences. We believe part of these consequences will show up in the form of inflation.

The Forces of Inflation and Preparing your Portfolio

The seemingly unlimited fiscal and monetary stimulus seen in the past 14 months will have consequences. We believe part of these consequences will show up in the form of inflation.

MAP Views: The Seeds for Inflation Have Been Sown

During the first quarter, stocks marched higher, fueled by trillions in fiscal and monetary stimulus and continued expectations that a post-COVID-19 economy will be a strong one.

MAP Views: The Seeds for Inflation Have Been Sown

During the first quarter, stocks marched higher, fueled by trillions in fiscal and monetary stimulus and continued expectations that a post-COVID-19 economy will be a strong one.

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