Clearbrook Global Advisors

develops customized investment solutions for institutions, family offices and high-net-worth individuals. Independent and privately held, we serve as advisor and advocate for our clients, with capabilities ranging from full discretionary management, including outsourced CIO, ongoing advisory services, and specialized programs.

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Alternative investments

are part of almost every investment strategy discussion today. With one of the most experienced alternatives teams in the industry, Clearbrook builds customized multi-manager portfolios of hedge funds and other alternative investments, with an open-architecture platform of top tier established and emerging managers.

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Relationships built on trust and collaboration are at the heart of a successful investment program. We're accessible, whenever you need us, through the media of your choice. If you'd like a demonstration or to register for our latest research, click here.

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CLEARBROOK CURRENTS

Real-time insight and market perspective from Clearbrook's Investment team.
U.S. stocks booked their second straight weekly gain as rallies in Asia and Europe set the tone for U.S. markets. As reporting season has begun, the drop in earnings is already priced in. While the Street expects companies to beat already lowered expectations, forward guidance will be more important.  ...
U.S. stocks saw modest gains last week, as upward momentum was supported by better-than-expected jobless claims, which pointed to continued strength in the labor market and set the tone for Friday's nonfarm payrolls.  ...
U.S. stocks posted their larger loss since the end of January, as investors assessed the government's final revision to fourth quarter U.S. GDP, which remained unchanged at +2.2%. The report also showed that quarterly corporate profits over the same period fell for the first time since 2008.  ...
U.S. stocks rallied higher last week, helped by Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen, who said Wednesday that the central bank will raise interest rates more slowly than it had planned to just a few months ago.  ...
U.S. stocks registered losses for a third straight week as a volatile week of trading was dominated by wide swings in currencies, a sharp drop in oil prices and dissappointing economic data.  ...