Investment Professionals

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Talk is returning about value investing coming back. This talk comes and goes every 12 months. It is back again now as central banks are threatening to raise interest rates. Value investing is where investors try and buy a dollar for 90 cents. It involves looking for stocks that are cheap given the amount of profit they make. Many famous investors, including Warren Buffett, Benjamin Graham and Mario Gabelli, built their careers on it. Academics have supported it – if somewhat ambiguously. The Unprecedented Outperformance Of Growth Over Value ...
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Investing may look a bit different in 2021 as the year starts with cautious optimism and global vaccine rollouts. The investment winners in the year of the pandemic were technology companies, but what lies ahead this year for your clients? Portfolios will be guided by five trends this year: economic drivers such as recovery from COVID-19 and low global interest rates, along with trends like the movement to value, thematic investing and short & leveraged investing. Download the full whitepaper Global economic recovery from COVID-19 We now have approved vaccines being rolled out in the US and UK, along with planned pipelines for the rest of the globe, but investors shouldn’t assume an instant return to normal. It takes time to vaccinate a population and many countries are still battling severe outbreaks. ...