Sentiment towards emerging markets is improving. Simon Edelsten, manager of the Artemis Global Select Fund, analyses if this a good time to buy back in or whether valuations are still too high?
Like many of us, I have received several emails over the last 12 months from Libertatem’s Garry Heath, all part of his flag-waving and fundraising efforts. The first few I deleted immediately without a second thought but eventually I started reading them and have actually found myself nodding in agreement with some of the things he […]
Royal London won out for advisers in the prestigious Company of the Year category based on two key criteria: customer service and technical knowledge of adviser-facing staff. The advisers that nominated Royal London marked the provider as “excellent” on both counts. Service standards were marked highly across pensions and protection, with advisers further praising the […]
New services to be added to Intelliflo’s Personal Finance Portal towards the end of June will make it easier for firms to deliver automated advice that complements their traditional model. The move will be beneficial not just for Intelliflo users but all advisers that want to use technology to expand client relationships. Indeed, it establishes […]
Dr. Andrew Lo, Founder and Chief Investment Strategist at AlphaSimplex, discusses why it is difficult to keep a long-term perspective in short-term markets.
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