The rocky road to returns

Investors who wish to earn a return above inflation in 2017 and beyond will have to be comfortable with increased volatility

23rd December, 2016

What a truly remarkable year 2016 has been. What are we to make of the shifting sands of global politics? What has it meant for investing in 2016 and what does it mean for investing in 2017?

In many ways, 2016 has been a watershed year, when the electorate in Britain and the US have demanded change. It is far too easy and indeed lazy to conclude that Brexit and the election of Donald Trump were the result...

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