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.

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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Real-time insight and market perspective from Clearbrook's Investment team.
U.S. stocks ended a turbulant week highlighted by the collapse of the ruble, gyrations in the oil prices and the Federal Reserve's policy meeting, with the largest weekly gain since October. ...
U.S. stocks plummeted as the S&P 500 ended the week with its biggest loss in two-and-a-half years, while the DJIA recorded its biggest weekly decline since September 2011, as investors were rattled by concerns about the health of the global economy. ...
U.S. stocks saw the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average close at record levels last Friday, wrapping a seventh straight week with gains. A surprisingly strong jobs report fueled the week's record-setting advance. ...

U.S. stocks finished higher in a holiday-shortened week as energy shares plunged a day after OPEC did nothing to alleviate a global supply glut, but markets remained higher on the promise of continued central bank intervention.

U.S. Stocks finished higher last week, sparked by a surprise dose of liquidity measures launched by China's central bank and dovish comments from ECB President Mario Draghi. U.S. equities recorded their fifth straight week of gains. ...