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It’s about time in the market.

"Far more money has been lost by investors preparing for corrections, or trying to anticipate corrections, than has been lost in corrections themselves." – Peter Lynch, US Mutual Fund Manager During periods of heightened financial market volatility, and increased levels of uncertainty, it can be tempting to try and time the market [...]

It’s about time in the market.2023-10-25T13:03:29+00:00

Bouncing Bonds

My last market update was written shortly after the release of Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini budget statement. To say that the statement was poorly received by the financial markets would be an understatement. Government borrowing costs soared leading to a 20% fall in the value of Government bonds. Thank heavens this [...]

Bouncing Bonds2023-02-03T14:16:10+00:00

Current Investment Conditions: What you need to know

This week, the sun set in Tromso, Norway and will not rise again until 15th January. Although it is not quite as dark here, the current news flow is doing little to lighten the mood. Against this backdrop, October saw the biggest stock market falls in over three years, with [...]

Current Investment Conditions: What you need to know2019-04-29T11:43:29+00:00

♫ The Folly and the High Fees ♫

Latest study suggests trustees should revisit their investment strategies. The Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) latest report suggests that the season of goodwill does not extend to the asset management industry. The “asset management market study” examines the performance of UK fund managers, shining a spotlight on fund charges, fund performance [...]

♫ The Folly and the High Fees ♫2021-02-08T12:31:06+00:00

Income Strategies and Rates of Sustainable Spending

Not since the Bronze Age have borrowing costs been so low, according to a study published last month. It’s not surprising then, that investors are becoming increasingly concerned over how best to draw a reasonable level of income from their invested assets and exactly what level of income might be [...]

Income Strategies and Rates of Sustainable Spending2021-02-08T12:31:06+00:00

Are millennial investors facing a perfect storm?

Looking at the mismatches between expectation and reality Depressed wages, escalating living costs and a struggling global economy – millennials have a lot on their plates. They need investment income to support short and long-term financial aspirations. Does something have to give and is the perfect investment storm brewing? The [...]

Are millennial investors facing a perfect storm?2019-04-29T11:59:59+00:00

Dead Cat Bounce?

Quite remarkably, the index of large UK companies closed higher than its pre-Brexit level yesterday. But is this the start of a new period of stock market growth or are we merely witnessing a dead cat bounce? Of course, only time will tell but we are starting to form some [...]

Dead Cat Bounce?2021-02-08T12:31:06+00:00
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