The word ‘balance’ is defined by Oxford Languages as “an even distribution of weight, enabling someone or something to remain upright and steady”. In mathematics ‘balanced’ is defined as “when both sides have the same quantity or mass”. Of course, you already know this. But balanced is also a term encountered regularly in finance. It’s … Continued
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I’m currently reading “How Not to Be Wrong – The Hidden Maths of Everyday Life”, a book by Jordan Ellenberg. The premise of the book is to demonstrate how mathematical thinking can help us understand the everyday world in a deeper, sounder, and more meaningful way. In the very earliest pages, the author tells the … Continued
Britain’s favourite topic. Property. But I’m not talking about the residential property that you and I live in, or the buy to let market. This update is about the current uncertainty in property investment funds, which pool investors’ money together so they can all invest in a portfolio of commercial property including industrial warehouses, office … Continued
A few words on the suspension of ‘star’ fund manager Neil Woodford’s UK Equity Income investment fund, which consumed my professional news feed yesterday and spilt into the broader headline news. And I honestly thought about stopping right there. But that would miss the opportunity to help remind investors of some valuable investment basics. Past Performance … Continued
One of the major investment management trends of recent years has been the explosion of interest in Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) investing. Whether you’ve heard of it already or not, it’s become a legitimate consideration for company owners, their shareholders and fund investors. There is no doubt it will continue to gain momentum as … Continued
by Alexandre Riley Active fund management is on the ropes. Until fairly recently I would be nigh on certain that if I looked at the statement of any new enquirers existing pension or investment account, propping it up I’d find a stack of expensive actively managed funds from a number of the most well-marketed investment providers. … Continued
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