Last week, the great and the good of the advice profession gathered in Port Talbot. An industrial town in deepest South Wales may seem an unlikely location for a high-profile conference, until you fully grasp the magnitude of what has happened there over the past 12 months and its impact on the planning profession. While […]
Sometimes emotions drive client decisions so advisers need solutions that satisfy emotional and financial objectives. As humans, we have very elaborate neural systems to address threats. In particular, the emotional circuitry that kicks in to protect us from perceived threats – the ‘fight-or-flight’ response. But there is a very important distinction between threats in the modern world versus […]
In a recent Money Marketing column Paul Lewis argued that financial journalists and financial advisers are ‘one and the same’. In response, Nic Cicutti argued that advisers are ‘nothing like financial journalists’. As my column was due, I thought I would add my two penn’orth as an adviser of 20 years’ standing. I agree with […]
Returning from a recent research trip to China, Ewan Thompson and Ruth Chambers highlight the key macro drivers and how these are informing the Neptune Emerging Markets Fund. They also discuss the stronger US dollar and its impact on the broader emerging markets, as well as their outlook for H218. Watch the video here About authors: […]
Jacob de Tusch-Lec, manager of the Global Income Fund, analyses a sell-off so “vicious” that the ‘hot’ stocks are underperforming emerging markets. What does it mean for the portfolio – now and in the months to come?
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