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Our Chief Investment Office and experts share insights into our house view and macro trends.

Long-term investing: the approach to take. Are investors too focused on the here and now?
25 November 2016 in Investment ideas, Investment market

Our vastly improved life expectancy is, of course, one of the greatest triumphs of the last century. But it means we are likely to spend longer in retirement than ever before. Which means we need to save more.

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Investing in China? Why understanding China matters

What do you really know about China? And even if you are not investing in China, why is it important to understand what China is doing?

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Trump vs. Clinton – which areas of the US market will be impacted?

As is widely appreciated, the presidential election result is far too close to call as we approach the final hours of the race. Probabilities vary from poll to poll, ranging from a c.60% likelihood of a Clinton win to PredictWise suggesting a 75% probability of some form of divided US government. As the Brexit vote and UK general election showed, one needs to be wary of reading too much into polling data.

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Investment Market Update video – November 2016

Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management's asset allocation committee meets monthly to discuss the economic outlook for the UK equity market and the affect that changes in the global economy have at large. This film is prepared for our discretionary and managed advisory services clients in order to give them a better understanding of the current outlook in investment markets, and help provide an insight for them when preparing to make further investment decisions. Justin Oliver, Deputy CIO, offers the investment market update for this month.

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Trump vs. Clinton – the word on Wall Street

Our Chief US Markets Strategist,Tony Dwyer, discusses the impact of the presidential election on financial markets.

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IMPORTANT: Investment involves risk. The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

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