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Welcome to Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management UK’s wealth blog. Here you can find articles covering a variety of key topics from the investment world such as retirement, wealth and tax planning, investment ideas and the latest economy and market news. Don’t forget to sign up to our wealth blog if you would like to receive regular financial insights from our experts.

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Growth vs. value - are the winds of change a-blowing?

As equity indices rose during most of 2017, it was clear where market leadership lay. The technology giants like Amazon (up 57% over the year), Apple (up 48%), Facebook (up 53%) and Google/ Alphabet (up 33%) soared, along with their Chinese counterparts Baidu, Tencent and Alibaba (up 42%, 96% and 115% respectively). In this article, we explain why the so-called ’growth’ areas of the market have performed so well.

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New technology in the emerging markets

Some might think 'emerging market technology' is an oxymoron, but the picture of emerging markets (EM) as commodity exporters and cheap factories is outdated. This article reveals how EM have developed technologically beyond recognition, and why this should be reflected in investment portfolios.

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Why it's vital to keep an eye on worldwide and UK inflation rates

Some commentators and policymakers think that, like the bogeyman, inflation is waiting just around the corner, ready to pounce on the unsuspecting central banker. What will happen if it does? And what if it doesn't?

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Investing in artificial intelligence companies

While we are still quite some way from true artificial intelligence (AI) as science fiction writers might understand it, the term is being used with ever greater frequency. But what is the link between AI and investment opportunities, and how can investors capitalise on the march of technology?

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How might Jeremy Corbyn and a Labour government affect investments?

As investment experts, we're sceptical about the possibility of a Labour government in the UK's short-term future. However, we’re beginning to consider seriously what impact Labour might have, while Jeremy Corbyn's improved ratings are already having impacts in several sectors.

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Why should you invest in the FTSE All-Share Index vs. only the FTSE 100?

Since the end of 1985, when comparative records began, the FTSE 250 Index (which is made up of the 250 largest companies after the FTSE 100) has risen at an annualised rate of 11.1%, compared with 8.3% for the FTSE 100.  So what is it about smaller companies that enables them to generate superior returns? And is small really more beautiful or is it fraught with danger?

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