Monthly Archives: November 2016

The US election: the one thing we can be sure about is uncertainty


We are somewhat loathe to put out yet another piece about what might happen in the markets, as it risks focusing long-term, sensible investors’ minds on short-term events. The referendum on Scottish independence, Grexit, China’s slowdown and most recently Brexit, have come and gone, in market terms, with most investors sitting on healthy increases in their portfolios since 2014, despite uncertainty at the time. However, it is not a bad thing to revisit the robust rationale for the structure of our client portfolios, particularly at such a time.

A Wine Lover’s Guide to Investing


I have no doubt that if you are like me you will have sampled some nice wine over the years. For me, vintage wine is one of life’s great pleasures. But often overlooked in the joy of consumption is the carefully calibrated journey from grape to glass. Similar levels of care are critical to good investment outcomes.