Global Investor Study
Investors globally are exceedingly optimistic in their expectations for returns for the coming years, according to Schroders Global Investor Study 2019.
Despite the volatility of stocks over the last two decades, Schroders calculations reveal investing has provided higher returns but cash has been more stable.
This graphic shows the best and worst performing assets each year since 2005. Schroders research illustrates why diversifying your investments matters.
Our inescapable truths are the economic forces and disruptive forces we think will shape the investment landscape over the years to come.
Leading experts, including Schroders' Head of Income Solutions Rupert Rucker, speak to The Times about whether investors can generate both income and growth from their investments.
The FTSE 100 is back below the level it was in 1999. However, investors could still have achieved a positive return over the last 19 years had they opted to reinvest their dividends, Schroders’ calculations show.
After the disappointment of 2018, Chief Executive Peter Harrison rounds up the factors our fund managers think could lead to a brighter year ahead.