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

Investing inspired by politics

Our investment conference this year with political broadcaster, Andrew Neil, tech fund manager, Ben Rogoff and Canaccord's own CIO, Michel Perera looked at what investors can learn from the current world of politics.

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Looking for the positives in markets

In this article, Deputy CIO, Richard Champion explains why we're confident equity markets will be higher in a year's time than they are today - and why we maintain measured market optimism, with insurance policies in place in case things get worse.

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Investors have short memories - reasons to feel optimistic about the markets
30 September 2019 in Economies & markets, Investment market

Jordan Sriharan, Head of MPS at Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management interviews Richard Champion, Deputy CIO and Tony Dwyer, Chief Market Strategist on the economic outlook for investors. How should investors manage assets over the next 12 months and what, if anything, would force us to be more cautious in our outlook?

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The benefits of infrastructure investing in an uncertain environment

Against an uncertain backdrop, our Deputy CIO, Richard Champion explains why infrastructure has a role to play for investors. Fortunately, investment in infrastructure is now far less constrained by limits on government spending, opening up many more opportunities for investors.

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Investment market update - what’s happening beneath the scaremongering headlines?

In the last week or so headlines have been dominated by talk of a recession. As concerns mount about the US-China trade war and slowing growth in the global economy, markets have fallen around the world.

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Investment market update - why hold cash, gold and defensive stocks for the summer

In the US at least, upward market moves of the magnitude we have seen this year are unusual, especially when they are not preceded by a more significant correction (or market fall) than the one which occurred in the final quarter of 2018. Hence, we remain somewhat more cautious than of late.

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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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