Retail savers pull almost £5bn from equities in Q3 2019
An adage of equity investing during a US presidential election cycle is 'avoid healthcare'.
Managed by Anne-Christine Farstad
More than half predict huge spike over the next 12 months
Margins of safety can be thin at worst of times
Are stockmarkets in a bubble or a recession? Well, arguably it is both.
No single internal structure suits all businesses
Method could have inflationary effect, managers warn
Tariff tensions and global slowdown key factors
First launch this year
Manager turns to global services sector for better returns
Possible addition to company's Horizon fund
Latest TrackInsight data
Brings number of stockpickers to nine.
Payments from listed companies hit $513.8bn in Q2
Given the constant focus on what might cause equities to fall and whether now is the right time to invest, it is helpful to remember equities as an asset class have historically been more likely to deliver positive returns in any given 12-month period...
Now a well-chronicled global incident, on 9 March 2009 the S&P 500 index suffered the worst decline in value since the Great Depression.
Global and emerging markets launches
'Massive dispersions' between equity market returns
Focus should be on reliability of income, report argues
Clouds of Brexit and trade wars still hang over investors
Adopting behavioural finance approach
In the first half of 2019, the uncertainty surrounding Federal Reserve policy and US-China trade negotiations affected the outlook for all asset classes including global small-cap stocks.