Rishi or Truss, can either be worse than Boris? Also, we do seem to be decisively leaving the decade of low rates and by implication the experiment of quantitative easing. On a twelve-month basis, bar the FTSE 100, all major […]
This market turmoil feels interminable, as asset markets stumble to find a firm footing and churn relentlessly. Instinct says that’s a time to buy. But there is so much happening, as this multi-year trauma unwinds, it is quite hard to […]
Puzzle: World markets have whipsawed in the last few weeks, from high anxiety to an almost beatific calm. The VIX volatility index has dropped to pretty well a post-pandemic low. Which should mean we all agree, but on what exactly? […]
UK elections are over – and the US employment numbers are out. What will labour now do, and what is the likelihood that the US market is overvalued? A fortnightly review by Charles Gillams, Monogram Investment Management Ltd.
First posted 21st March 2021 Interesting times. Bond markets are out of the cage, off the deck, ready to rumble. This week feels like another one of those big calls that investors have faced over the last year, and in […]