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How to get 7.5% p.a. very simply?
The yield on the US 10-year Treasury bond hit 5% last week, after a pull back in markets. Here is a short update from our investment team on what this might mean for returns both in the long and short term.
Cyber security and the two faces of AI
Equilibrium client and Director of Hanaxion, Hans Hoekstra, explains the two sides of artificial intelligence (AI).
The Pulse – October 2023
The Bank of England and their US equivalent, the Federal Reserve, have chosen not to carry out any further interest hikes for now but stressed that they will likely remain at current elevated levels for some time. This month, Investment Manager, Mike Deverell, discusses the impact on the bond and equity markets, and where he believes gains can be made.
The Pulse – September 2023
Investment Manager, Mike Deverell, believes that whilst you can reduce risk within an investment portfolio during times of economic uncertainty, the aim is not to eliminate it altogether! This month Mike explains the recent tweaks that we have made within our own portfolios which will hopefully provide optimum returns but with a higher level of certainty.
The way to wellbeing
When we are making plans for the future, we often turn to our past experiences and achievements as a guide. We may also look toward society’s view of success. However, Founder of the Institute for Financial Wellbeing, Chris Budd, considers the ingredients for longer lasting contentment.
Beware the man-in-the-middle attack!
With cyber-crime on the rise, now more than ever, we must take extra care when opening emails even when its from a trusted source….
The Pulse – August 2023
This month, Investment Manager, Mike Deverell, looks at the relationship between inflation, economic growth, and interest rates. We have certainly experienced some very unusual movements in markets and the global economy as a whole following the after-effects of a global pandemic, however is this time really any different?