Article | 31 January 2020 | Investments
While 2019 was encouraging for investors, risks are always around the corner. We believe that this highlights the importance of being ‘diversified’. We delve into what this means and how it is linked to reducing the risk of your portfolio.
The race for the US presidency is one of the risks that you are likely to hear about a lot this year. Here we give you a roundup of what to expect in the run-up to the election and how this could affect your investments.
We also cast an eye over the potential for governments to wrestle back control over their economies from central banks this year. This move could spell the end of austerity as governments plan to spend large amounts of money.