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Why a dynamic multi-asset approach matters during volatile markets

Market volatility - multi-asset approach

We didn’t know 5 February would be the day. No one did. But for the past year, we’ve espoused the benefits of managing risk, rather than taking risk.    On that day, the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 1,175 points,1 marking an exceptionally volatile day for financial markets around the world. The 4.6% drop was

February 9, 2018 Categories: Market Updates, Multi-asset

Multi-asset investing: the importance of protecting the downside.

Multi-asset investing is a hot topic. Increasingly, a wide range of investors want the dynamic allocation and effective diversification attributes that a well-managed multi-asset portfolio can provide. Savvy investors also want to ensure their multi-asset fund uses best-of-breed managers and strategies in every asset class, to generate the extra performance that is so vital in

Downside protection isn’t a free lunch!

Nothing in life comes for free (well, except things like oxygen and the Metro). But my point is that most things that look too good to be true usually are, and there is often a downside to every upside – and vice versa. The same is to be said for put protection strategies. Option strategies

Aug 27, 2014 Categories: Investment Strategy

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