Could surprise investors
Soon to be viewed as a 'standalone investment'
Opportunities in sterling bonds
Bullish on equities
Equity markets worldwide keep nudging record highs despite political anxieties - nuclear explosions in North Korea, Brexit implosions in Europe and Trump outbursts in the US.
Caused by three factors
With many asset classes having been pumped up to high valuations by central bank stimulus, we are concerned that investors are no longer receiving particularly generous rewards for taking market risk.
City Hive's Shah joins as adviser
The outlook for US equities is a highly contested point between market participants today, with even Janet Yellen joining the fray saying: "Forward price-to-earnings ratios for equities have increased to a level well above their median of the past three...
Many successful funds nearing capacity
Accounts for 24% of our energy needs
Despite outcome of French elections
Responsible for tactical asset allocation
Recovery driven by reflation trade
In a financial world where pundits continue writing their articles, blogs and analysis about an equity correction or a bond market crunch, would-be investors could be forgiven for keeping their cash in non-yielding bank accounts and accepting the eroding...
Beware the latter-day alchemists
VIX index at low levels
Growing political risk
Three key national elections
Pound has 'robust qualities'
Before you think of asking yourself which way emerging markets are going to go this year, stop, writes Tamsin Evans, head of multi-asset at River and Mercantile Asset Management.
Equities climbing 'wall of worry'
The election of Donald Trump as US President may mark a significant structural change in the post-crisis environment and a key turning point in markets.
Uncertainty about what Trump may do