A robust investment process should accept that higher volatility is normal, and that style bias must be overcome, argues Ian...
A robust investment process needs to accept that higher volatility in equity markets is normal, and unlikely to disappear anytime...
The reasons behind the volatility in global equity markets over recent months, and how best to face it.
While much of the discussion at last weekend’s G20 summit centred upon trade, what are the implications for financial markets?...
Is investor sentiment cautious? The rise in equities in 2019 has to a large extent been in defensive assets, argues...
Some of our leading fund managers are interviewed and give presentations on equity and bond markets, sharing their views on...
Psychological research suggests that markets are not wholly efficient, but are swayed by behavioural biases.
Investors should re-engage with equity market neutral as an uncorrelated investment strategy able to enhance risk adjusted returns.
Behavioural or psychological biases such as herding can lead to market mispricing of equities.
In our inaugural video blog, entitled “The view from our global equities team,” Ian Heslop, head of global equities, and...