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The fall and decline of buy-to-let?

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‘Short of attacking them with flame-throwers, or impaling them on stakes, it is hard to know what else the Bank and the government can throw at landlords.’      Daily Telegraph,  March 2016 The halcyon days of buy-to-let may well be behind us The British continue their love affair with being buy-to-let landlords.  After all, with […]

So it is ‘leave’

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The UK has woken up this morning to a vote to leave the EU, the Prime Minister is set to leave office in October and the markets are suffering a bout of jitters. We all knew that these were possibilities. To some this is a good day, to others it is not. But we are […]

The impact of a leave vote on your portfolio

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As the referendum to remain in, or leave, the European Union draws near, we thought it would be a useful time to touch base and provide some reassurance that the investment portfolio that we look after for you is well positioned to weather any investment storms ahead. In this brief note, we raise a number […]

Investment decisions based on decades of academic research

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Anyone seeking evidence that investment decisions can be hard often needs to look no further than the front page news. China, oil, VW and Glencore are among the assets that have made the headlines in the past few months after suffering sudden, unexpected and dramatic changes in price. Investors with exposure to those volatile assets […]