Global Investor Study
Fund Manager, Schroders
With yield curves close to inverting in the US and UK, Keith Wade, Chief Economist, explains the implications for the economy.
It’s been three years since the UK voted to leave the EU. We look at what’s happened to the economy and markets, and what’s next for investors.
For decades financial planners and investors have abided by the 60/40 rule and calculations made by Schroders illustrate why, but has it had its time?
Value stocks are currently the most out of favour in the history of financial records. Is now the time for value to make its comeback?
This graphic shows the best and worst performing assets each year since 2005. Schroders research illustrates why diversifying your investments matters.
With Brexit uncertainty affecting UK assets, we offer a basic explanation on three market indicators that investors might like to discuss with their adviser.
When markets fall the natural instinct is to sell. Our research highlights how costly it can be to miss the stock market’s best days.
Since 1980 the yield curve has accurately predicted the last five US recessions. After nearly a decade of economic expansion, is it telling us that another one is on its way in 2019?