5 things investors should consider doing
After decent gains in shares and other growth assets since February (& Brexit) we look to have hit another rough patch on the back of concerns around the Fed, global bond yields and event risk in the months ahead. However, with most share markets offering reasonable value, global monetary conditions remaining easy and no sign of the much-feared recession this is more likely to be a correction than the resumption of a bear market. There has been a back-up in bond yields globally, which puts pressure on both the comparative attractiveness of shares and, directly, on parts of the share market (like utility companies) that pay high dividends and are seen as an alternative to bonds. Times like the present can be stressful as no one likes to see the value of their investments decline. In the latest Oliver’s Insights, I look at five things investors should consider doing: (VIEW LINK)
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