Investment Trust Update | 12th April 2019
In this bulletin, a tool box for income investors, Brexit blamed for lack of IPOs, and alternative asset trusts performed strongly in Q1, reflecting investors’ greater appetite for risk. AIC - Face to face training
Artemis: What does 2019 hold for global equities?
With higher US interest rates, trade wars and European politics, investors have had much to contend with in 2018. Peter Saacke, Artemis’ CIO, discusses the possible catalysts that could encourage investors to reassess the risk and reward in certain areas.
Artemis: Opportunities in emerging markets
2018 has been a difficult year for investors in emerging-market equities. Challenges have included a stronger US dollar and a weaker Chinese economy. This volatility has produced some interesting opportunities. In this video, Raheel Altaf, manager of the Artemis Global Emerging Markets Fund, discusses how many of the risks are already reflected in share prices.
Contrarian about UK equities …
While global investors shun UK stocks, William Littlewood, manager of the Artemis Strategic Assets Fund, believes they now offer value. He weighs up the opportunities and risks in the UK market with Artemis’ Ross Leckie.
Asia | Investment Trust Outlook
For most of 2018 the headlines have been dominated by the trade war between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping with the tit-for-tat tariffs being felt worldwide. So how is this translated in terms of the investment environment in the region? On the panel are: Medha Samant, Investment Director, Fidelity Asian Values, Fidelity International Matthew Dobbs, Fund Manager, Schroder Oriental Income Fund Limited & Schroder AsiaPacific Fund plc Yoojeong Oh, Investment Director, Equities Asia, Aberdeen Standard Investments
Rate rises | Hargreaves Lansdown
As interest rates creep up in the UK we talk to personal finance analyst Sarah Coles of Hargreaves Lansdown to find out what it means for savers, and the implications for mortgage repayments. And does a higher than average rate of interest on a savings product represent a good deal – or just higher risk?
Man vs. Big Data | Book Club
From the perils of internet dating to marathon running and gambling, Stewart Cowley has been researching big data and what it means for us as individuals, for society and the economy. He came to the Asset TV studio to discuss his latest book, Man vs Big Data, and give his thoughts on everything from driverless cars and robo-advice to why conventional economic statistics are out of date. Man vs. Big Data