Investing in a globally diversified portfolio with a mix of equities, bonds, alternatives, property and cash has proven a sound strategy for long-term wealth creation.
While investing isn’t brain surgery, you do need some level of knowledge and experience to make consistently good decisions. To help you on your path to success as an investor, we’ve outlined some of the most common and expensive investment mistakes, and how to avoid them.
Normally you wouldn’t draw many similarities between a nutritionist, a balanced diet and a fund manager. However, we have some food for thought.
How would the US market have performed without Big Tech? How do their profits compare? Our charts reveal the market dominance of the “FAMAGs”.
It is absolutely important that investors avoid emotional, panicked decision making. Investors who panic sell run the risk of selling low and crystallising losses in their portfolios. Read why.
Anchoring is one of many behavioural heuristics or biases that can inhibit investor returns. Whether you are investing on your own behalf, or consult a financial advisor, we hope the examples and suggestions here help in your decision making process.
One of the most important principles of investing is to ensure that you have a diversified portfolio. Read why.
We are so busy in our lives today. Decisions are made instantaneously, but knee-jerk reactions are often the wrong course of action. Taking the time to evaluate a situation can lead to a more informed decision and a better result in the long term.
If you’d like the peace of mind that comes with a guaranteed income for life, a lifetime annuity might be right for you.
The private equity universe is vast, differentiated by types of companies, investment strategies, and implementation options. Private investment vehicles differ markedly across these variables and, as with listed equity vehicles, it makes good sense to have more than one in your portfolio.