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Magazine - Issue 13
> Hub-News #29
The new Spring edition of Hub-News is now available to view online. Our experts look ahead to potentially stormy markets and offer their thoughts on how investors and their advisers can look to weather-proof their portfolios.
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Adviser-Hub has completely revamped its video and webcast offering with the launch of HubTV. Our newest service, which offers easy access to fund manager interviews, investment-related content from independent experts such as The Adviser Centre and RSMR and better-business features, allows you to identify the content you want to watch by searching by company, topic, date and/or CPD accreditation.
> The Week
The high street mainstay collapsed this week, weighed low by pension fund liabilities and mounting debts. It would be tempting to dismiss it as simply a bad business that had outlived its usefulness for consumers, but with Austin Reed and other retailers struggling, it seems to be symptomatic of wider problems.
HubTV allows you to search through fund manager interviews and other video content by company and topic.
The newest edition of Hub-News is available to read online featuring an exlusive interview with M&G's Jonathan Willcocks and other insightful articles from our partners on the coming months, all toward the question, 'Where do we go from here?'
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Selected features from the latest issue ...
Stay updated on future Events-Hub events coming in the new year.
Stay tuned for any surveys that will appear allowing you to share your views and gain points to exchange for numerous rewards.
Following the FCA’s publication of guidance for advisers using social media for business purposes, the opportunity to use this free medium to communicate with clients and market your business is there for the taking. Read full article
Gill Hutchison, head of investment research at City Financial and The Adviser Centre, discusses The Bank of Japan’s adoption of a Negative Interest Rate Policy. Read full article
Aberdeen | Workplace pensions
Good outcomes: Lessons from Down Under
Greg McClymont, Head of Retirement Solutions at Aberdeen, discusses pensions in 2016 and how this year is set to be one of good outcomes.
Expert view: The Adviser Centre's Gill Hutchinson talks 'Brexititis'
Square Mile: Covered call strategies
The Week: The impact of BHS's fall
Expert view: Brexit risks and opportunities
Market briefings: Global update for April
Isa guide: Updated for 2016/17
Pocket tax guide: Updated for 2016/17
Panic over: Keith Wade on markets
Budget 2016: Our digest on a 'Budget for the next generation'
Marketing support: Find new client articles on the EU referendum and its implications for sterling
Expert view: M&G's Jonathan Willcocks talks to Adviser-Hub about active and passive investing
Expert view: Aberdeen’s Dunbar looks at where income-hunters may still find positive returns
HSBC Global Asset Management
Financial Express (FE) has given its “Five-Crown” rating to the HSBC Open Global Property Fund, managed by Dr Guy Morrell. the rating takes into account three key measurements to derive a fund’s performance: alpha, volatility and consistently strong performance.
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Could a lasting European recovery have begun?
Europe has been through tough times over the last few years, but is it time to be optimistic about European prospects? Joel Copp-Barton, European equities product director at Invesco Perpetual, considers the evidence.
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Expectations Versus Reality
3rd Quarter 2015
Halfway through the year is a natural time to reflect on how the expectations from our previous outlooks are playing out. In many cases, our views are proving correct. When the reality is different, we explore potential reasons and assess whether they change our long-term view and investment strategy. In this outlook we opine on three themes affecting equity markets and update our views on select regional markets and sectors.
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A bite-size summary of the past week's events in financial markets and economies with some highlights to look out for in the week ahead.
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Weekly Gold Report
Follow the fortunes of Gold in our weekly report which assesses the previous week’s events and explores the outlook for the yellow metal.
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Optimal Income fund update
Fund Manager Richard Woolnough provides an update on the fund’s positioning and duration. Richard also discusses recent market volatility and where this has created opportunity for the fund, and whether the fall in equity markets has tempted him to add equities back into the fund.
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Investec: 2016 Investment Views from Investec Asset management
Our Multi-Asset team share their five key investment themes for the year ahead. Plus investment professionals from our equity, fixed-income and alternative investment teams provide their 2016 outlooks for their individual strategies.
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BNY Mellon - Meet the manager: Steve Waddington Steve is a portfolio manager within Insight Investment’s multi-asset strategy group with responsibility for fund management and investment research. Before joining Insight in January 2008, Steve spent five years at BT Financial Group in Australia and a six-year stint at Savills, the real estate company where he started his career.
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Barings- Dynamic approach key to navigating volatile markets -
We increased our cash holdings during the summer’s volatility and tactically redeployed capital into developed market equities at more attractive valuations when market weakness subsided.
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AXA IM - The search for growth stocks
It is important to remember that successful investments in growth stocks require an appropriate time horizon. We suggest an investment horizon of at least three to five years as this improves the chances of the company fundamentals being reflected in its valuation.