“Real estate cannot be lost or stolen, nor can it be carried away. Purchased with common sense, paid for in full, and managed with reasonable care, it is about the safest investment in the world.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt, 32nd US president
The market response first, to the Covid-19 crisis, and second, to the huge stimulus packages announced to offset it, has been astonishing.
Deciding how best to ease the UK's coronavirus lockdown is proving as divisive as Brexit.
Will predominantly invest in UK smaller companies
While coming within a whisker of calling the low for the S&P 500, it is fruitless attempting to call short-term market moves.
The speed and scale of the market decline has been the defining feature of this market downturn, although this has been matched in unprecedented rapidity of response by both central banks and governments.
Navigating choppy waters
Timing market "invariably pure luck"
As the coronavirus spread peaks, persistence and penetration are at this point uncertain.
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Equities, bonds, gold, even Bitcoin, along with a range of other assets, have chalked up big gains since the US Federal Reserve made a sharp policy U-turn by cutting interest rates in response to slowing economy last autumn
At the start of 2020, there are grounds for investors to be optimistic.
The myriad monetary policy easing measures observed across the globe allied with (admittedly, more modest) fiscal stimulus from countries such as China, Japan, France and the UK has led investors to believe that economic growth going forward is well underpinned,...
As multi-asset managers, we have historically been overweight to corporate bonds and specifically the financial sector ever since the Global Financial Crisis.
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Fear of regulation main driver behind cut in exposure
It is a nightmare writing an investment piece about the UK.
Improving portfolio credit quality behind fund's plans
Annual UK adviser survey
One of the more important developments in markets since the late 1990s has been the emergence of a negative stock-bond price correlation.
Domiciled in Ireland under ICAV platform
Need for diverse portfolio return drivers
Over the past decade, we have endured the tired pessimism that still looms from the 2008 Global Financial Crisis.