How can investors prepare for the next market crash?

After a record bull run for some stock markets we discuss how best investors might mitigate the risks of a potential crash.

10/10/2018
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Authors

Andrew Connell
Head of Portfolio Solutions

On 22 August 2018 the US equity market, the S&P 500, set a new record for the longest bull market (period without a 20% drop) in history. At the time of writing it is still going. However, history tells us that when bull turns to bear, equity investors can sustain significant losses.

In this video Andrew Connell, Head of Portfolio Solutions at Schroders, discusses how investors could protect themselves against a potential fall, and outlines the possible benefits of risk managed solutions.

Andrew Connell is Head of Portfolio Solutions within Schroders’ Solutions Strategic Capability.

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Authors

Andrew Connell
Head of Portfolio Solutions

Topics

Equities
Global
Solutions
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