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This month, David, Will and Craig discuss managing a portfolio in a bear market and avoiding the pitfalls of emotional decisions, their love/hate relationship with the hamster wheel of earnings season, and why – despite attracting the attention of a rather eccentric billionaire – pure play social media companies have never really turned their heads.
This month, David Will and Rahab try to make sense of what simultaneous recessionary and inflationary risks mean for markets and central bank policy. Also, what does the difficult start to the year for ESG investing mean for its future? And they explain why Ulta Beauty has been surprisingly resilient despite rocky markets.
David Coombs, head of multi-asset investments, will be outlining his latest views; updating you on fund performance and positioning and discussing some of the topics that are front of mind, including: Russian's invasion of Ukraine and its impact on world economies. And what’s next for inflation?
This month David, Will, and Craig discuss the various long and short-term market implications of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine and how they are attempting to navigate these in portfolios.
In light of the deteriorating situation in Ukraine, we have prepared a short recording to address some of the questions we have been receiving from clients over the past week. Hear how David Coombs, head of multi-asset investments, is navigating the current crisis in relation to the multi-asset portfolios.
On this month’s episode of The Sharpe End, David, Will and Rahab question whether the Bank of England hiking rates will be good for the UK economy. Also, what do the latest earnings from the FAANG, or now MAMAA, stocks tell us? And they share their thoughts on the rise of activist investors targeting company management.
In the first episode of 2022 David, Will, and Craig try to bring some order to a rather tricky new year for global markets, discussing what risks and opportunities this presents. The team also explain why they aren’t reaching for the gold despite growing geopolitical risks, and why they are buying baser commodities instead.
Manager of the Rathbone UK Opportunities Fund, Alexandra Jackson, presents her thoughts to Proactive Investor’s Katie Pilbeam on the changing shape of the UK market and what this means for investors.
On this month’s episode, Will and Craig review and score David’s predictions for 2021 against how the year actually panned out. Decide for yourself whether they are too harsh on David’s crystal ball gazing. More importantly, the team discuss how their strategy has evolved in 2021 and ponder the latest shift in the ‘growth’ vs ‘value’ debate.
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