The MitonOptimal Guernsey team offer up their views on markets in this Quarterly Market Video Report. Questions covered and their respective timestamps are listed below: What changes have you seen in the market environment over the last quarter? (Shaun McDade) How have holdings in the portfolios performed over the last quarter? (Blair Campbell – 05:48)
An old market adage often referred to as ‘The Halloween Indicator’ urges investors to “Sell in May and go away”. Many academic studies have successfully demonstrated that, while in the past, lower trading volumes over the summer months may have led to stagnant markets, in today’s multi-asset, globally connected investment universe, this seasonal strategy is
Volatility returned to financial markets with a bang in the first quarter. After a strong positive start to the New Year, signs of rising inflation and a resulting shift in expectations over the trajectory of US interest rates prompted an abrupt turnaround in sentiment that left broad global equity benchmarks with negative returns over a
Quarterly Market Video Commentary Q1 – 2018. Shaun McDade answers questions on the performance of the markets during Q1-2018 and the short-term outlook for 2018. Shaun is the Managing Director of MitonOptimal Portfolio Management in Guernsey, Head of International Portfolio Management for the MitonOptimal group of companies and a member of the MitonOptimal Investment Management
Blair Campbell answers questions on the quarterly offshore market report and performance during Q4-2017 and the outlook for Q1 2018. Blair is a member of the MitonOptimal Investment Management team and a member of the MitonOptimal Investment Management Committee. Read the full written quarterly report by Shaun McDade.
There’s plenty of life in the old dog yet! Despite approaching its tenth year, the bull market in equities showed no signs of slowing during the quarter under review, as global indices recorded a succession of all-time highs against a backdrop of healthy corporate earnings growth and favourable economic conditions. Interest rate hikes and reduced