In this week’s Asset Allocation team observatory, Moneyfarm’s Chief Investment Officer, Richard Flax, offers some thoughts ahead of US jobs data and some comments on correlations. A quick round-up ahead of Non-Farm Payrolls The most recent labour market data from the US supports the idea that economic activity could begin to slow down. According to […]
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Our Portfolio Management team at Moneyfarm constantly monitors and assesses market developments, managing your portfolios with the aim of achieving solid, long-term returns alongside strong risk management. Looking at the falling inflation rates, analysts’ expectations for 2024, and the increasing difficulty for central banks to sustain the “higher for longer” narrative, we believe that, in […]
Growth and inflation have, as usual, been the focus of attention this week. In the US, we saw some revisions to third-quarter GDP figures, which revised higher – suggesting that the economy expanded by 5.2% quarter-on-quarter – a remarkably strong figure. At the same time, a measure of inflation (Core PCE prices) was revised downwards […]
Find a company that works, pay the right price, wait patiently for its value to grow, and live for almost 100 years, all while building the world’s largest investment conglomerate. Seeing the world through Charlie Munger’s eyes, success in life and investments is a recipe that requires few ingredients. Munger, who passed away this week […]
Whether you dream of an around-the-world cruise, writing a best-selling novel or starting a new hobby, careful financial planning will take you closer to making your dream of retiring early a reality.
As with all investing, your capital is at risk. The value of your portfolio with Moneyfarm can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invest. Tax treatment depends on your individual circumstances and may be subject to change in the future. Last week’s Autumn Statement from Chancellor Jeremy […]
What is the retirement age in the UK? According to the UK government, there is no UK retirement age or default age of retirement (forced age of retirement). This is because the default retirement age of 65 no longer applies. You can work as long as you can and decide when to retire. However, there […]