Easter 2023: why it’s even more important than ever to avoid putting your eggs in one basket

While investors should always be prepared for ups and downs, recent events have made markets particularly volatile. Investors wondering what the future holds are asking how they can protect their assets.    Yet another wobble for the markets   After a rocky few months characterised by rising interest rates and falling bond values, the bad news keeps…

The Great Moderation and investment advice for the next decade

Against a backdrop of volatility in global economics and with markets in turmoil, in February’s quarterly market update webinar, Rob Clarry, Investment Strategist at Evelyn Partners, presented an overview of the current investment landscape as well as some insights into what lies ahead and where investment opportunities can be found over the next decade The…

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Infinity Clients Have Exclusive Access In Asia To Award-Winning Investment Management

Evelyn Partners has just added a new raft of awards to its ever-growing collection of accolades with three wins at the 2022 International Investment Awards. Infinity is proud to be Evelyn Partners’ exclusive partner in Asia. Evelyn Partners wins big at International Investment Awards Huge congratulations to our investment management partner, Evelyn Partners (formerly Tilney,…

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A Challenging First Half Of 2022: Short-Term Pain, Long-Term Gain

There’s no denying that the first six months of 2022 have been tough, for investors as well as for households and businesses. Skyrocketing inflation and worries about recession have negatively impacted both bonds and stocks. There is a temptation to sell but how investors react to volatility now could have a big effect on their…

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A Recession Like No Other: What Does It Mean For Investors?

The US economy shrunk for a second consecutive quarter in Q2 2022, which technically means that it is in recession. We look at the whys and wherefores and what it means for investors. The US witnessed a 1.6% contraction of GDP in Q1 followed by a Q2 contraction of 0.9%. Technically, according to official definitions,…