Nobody wants their portfolio to be tossed around like an autumn leaf, driven by forces they don’t understand, with destination goodness knows where. This series will focus on the new ideas which helped us navigate some of the biggest market moves over the past 10-years.
Half the world is predicting that US Treasury bond yields will rise sharply. A bystander might feel foolish for not seeing this. With bond yields falling sharply, it is no longer clear who the fools really are.
Financial regulators repeatedly warn of unfair practices in the retail investment space: high fees, price clustering, poor advice, low transparency, and what not. But nothing compares to real-life examples.
This note reveals how standard UK investment fees can gobble up almost half your money every 20 years, and two thirds of your pension over an average working life. A hedge fund would not stand for this. Why should you?