Our wealth management expert explains why time in the market – rather than trying to time them – is such a powerful driver of investment returns.
The prospect of trade wars is causing concerns, but there are hotspots of growth for investors to consider this September. Emerging market debt in particular is finding favour with some.
Here, leading wealth managers from our panel give their views on recent events and explain the key risks – and opportunities – investors should be thinking about.
First quarter corporate earnings are expected to have been strong and global economic growth is also looking good for the year. Yet risks risks abound – many of them emanating from the US.
Market volatility has really reared its head recently, alongside the spectre of global trade protectionism. But hopes for global growth remain buoyant…
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