Continuing opportunities in China, emerging market bonds and food production are top among the investment themes highlighted by our panel wealth managers this month.
A greener, more digital future sets the scene for 2021, yet investors have to be clever in executing views on the biggest investment themes of our time.
Hope springs eternal, yet particularly so this month as a return to normality beckons on a number of key fronts and investors are given greater reason to expect growth.
Balancing risk and reward is a real challenge in such a highly uncertain investment environment, but our experts’ view will help you gain clarity on some vital points.
The coronavirus outbreak might be rocking markets, but wealth management experts are advocating cool heads and a focus on fundamentals and the longer term.
2020 has begun with optimism, but there is no shortage of risks to be aware of with as the twelfth year of markets’ current bull run gets fully underway.
A healthy US labour market may mean equities have further to go and professionals are also seeing opportunities in the high yield credit market at a time when cash may be seen as too expensive to hold.
Indicators of a potential global recession are being anxiously watched as global trade wars heat up, but there may be investment opportunities for the brave to pursue even while caution reigns.
The Bank of England has kept rates on hold, sterling has weakened and fears that the US is overheating have come to the fore. Meanwhile, value investing has been the strategy to watch.