The market is heading south, according to London Stone Securities founder Ranjeet Singh. But investors can take action to protect their portfolios by taking out ‘insurance’.
Economics & Markets
A report by the IPCC out this week tells us we are pretty much doomed unless we change our lifestyles drastically now. The pivot towards renewables was already gaining momentum. In fact, our planet must become carbon neutral by 2050. Victor Hill asks: Is that realistic?
Robert Stephens, CFA, considers three popular options for long-term investors who wish to plan for retirement.
Contracts For Difference (CFD) firms are partly blaming lower market volatility for their recent appalling results. Ranjeet Singh begs to differ.
David Cameron called the Brexit referendum to lance the European boil. Instead, it has riven the Tory Party in two, raising the terrifying prospect of a Corbyn government. And relations with Europe, post-divorce, could be anything but warm. Victor Hill asks: How will it all end?
Global equity funds are supposed to be there to reduce portfolio risk – but they could actually be doing the opposite for UK investors, argues Ranjeet Singh.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby is a Corbynista. He can afford to be – he and our national Church are entirely financed by one of the most successful investment funds in the world. Thank God for that! cries Victor Hill.
Algorithm trading is a problem waiting to explode, writes Ranjeet Singh of London Stone Securities.
Inside the mind of the Master Investor: British billionaire Jim Mellon updates on his latest investing and trading activities.
The new Italian government, led unofficially by right-wing “populist” Matteo Salvini, is articulating themes that resonate in Greece – and in Eastern Europe, too. The Macron-Merkel monster controls Europe’s purse strings – but not its heart, writes Victor Hill.