Schroder Life Dynamic Multi-Asset Fund
Remi Ajewole, Multi-Asset Fund Manager, Schroders gives an overview of the Schroder Life Dynamic Multi-Asset Fund.
As a result of years of quantitative easing, government bonds now look very expensive; a third of them are even trading at negative yields. So where can investors look in the pursuit of positive yield?
After years of liquidity-driven markets, investment trends look tired and we expect muted returns in 2016. Cyclical assets present the main source of potential ‘pent up returns’ and could be a wild card for investors.
Please remember that the value of investments and the income from them may go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amounts originally invested.
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