Rob Jeffree, CIO at C.Hoare & Co talked to Portfolio Adviser ahead of the 2017 PA Wealth Manager Awards.
Coutts' Alistair Jex offers some views on the biggest opportunities and risks facing investors at the moment.
At the 2017 PA Wealth Manager awards the team took the opportunity to quiz four of this year's winning wealth managers on the prospects for a Trump-inspired US equities market.
This week, Investment Quorum CEO, Lee Robertson discusses how to avoid managers that have lost their mojo, why he still likes the US and how to use technology to grow one's client base.
The potential for short term disappointment within markets at present is strong, argues David Absolon.
The biggest risk looming in markets is an abrupt change in the positive sentiment currently holding sway says Amadeo Alentorn.
The biggest risk facing markets in 2017 is the relationship between the US and China, says Andrew Merricks, head of investments at Skerritts.
The Trump rally continues to inspire equity market confidence, but bond markets have not lost their ability to scare investors says AJ Bell’s Ryan Hughes.
With a strong earnings outlook and a still improving dividend payout ratio, Japan ticks a lot of investment boxes.
With the potential for a number of macro and political changes, Portfolio Adviser looks at how to tackle fixed income in 2017
David Riley, head of credit strategy at BlueBay Asset Management discusses regime change, the risk benefits of reflation, and the dangers lurking in duration.
A return to the value style is gaining traction but, with a host of continental elections on the horizon, European banks may be cheap for a reason
The dollar could rise as much as 30% further from current levels said Raoul Pal on Tuesday, pushed further by a funding shortfalls and the move toward protectionism.
The real impact of Donald Trump as President of the US will not be felt until he and his team implement their various social, economic, foreign and financial policies.
As most investors will have exposure to the financial sector despite the 2008 crash, how can upping your weighting still be considered a contrarian call?
European Wealth's Richard Stammers and Nigel Marsh discuss why they like UK equities and why the Trump-led bond rout may not be a bad thing.
Asset allocators moved materially back into fixed income in the third quarter, often at the expense of absolute return funds, Natixis said on Wednesday.
Right now, which currency share class you choose is a much more material allocation decision than the call on the asset class itself, Natixis said on Wednesday.
As the British government struggles to trigger an exit from the European Union, fund distribution heads at some of the biggest names in the industry share their thoughts on the implications for their UK and European operations.
Holly Cassell, Assistant Manager of the top-performing Neptune UK Mid Cap Fund, discusses...
Kunal Desai, manager of the Neptune India Fund, comments on the implications of the...
It has been over four months since the surprise election of Donald Trump as US President....
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India is officially the world’s fastest growing major economy, and remains firmly...