Volatility has returned to the stock markets – and in a big way. Political and economic uncertainty around Brexit on a domestic level, alongside the actions of Trump and questions over trade agreements with China on a global perspective, have all contributed to a shaky start to 2019.
When it comes to prices, things seem to be heading in one direction – up. Whether it’s the price of petrol at the pumps, the monthly household costs or the bill when you eat out, it certainly feels as if we are getting less for our money.
Investing doesn’t necessarily mean the same thing to different people. Every individual will have their own risk profile, and therefore their investable funds will be allocated differently across several different things. In other words, each individual’s investment portfolio will have a different asset allocation comprised of different asset …Continue Reading