Glyn Bolton discusses specialist investments, and highlights the huge variety of funds that make up this sector; security, water, healthcare and infrastructure, to name but a few. Glyn drills down into the holdings of the specialist funds on our buy list and considers the outlook for the relevant industries.
Recorded 29 May 2020.
Our latest COVID-19 market update focuses on European equities. Glyn Bolton, investment director, discusses how the pandemic has impacted tourism and GDP across the region, the dramatic differences in the individual countries and how our European buy list funds have performed in recent times.
Recorded 22 May 2020.
This week, Glyn Bolton looks at how bond markets have performed through the coronavirus crisis. As well as a quick lesson on bonds and their characteristics, Glyn compares recent performance of the bond funds on our buy list, and gives our view on the outlook for the sector.
Recorded 15 May 2020.
This week our COVID-19 market update focuses on Japan. Our investment director, Glyn Bolton, looks at the Japanese economy and stock market performance, the Japan funds on our buy list, and the long-term prognosis for the sector.
Recorded 7 May 2020.
This week’s COVID-19 market update from our investment director, Glyn Bolton, focuses on hedge funds. What they are; who uses them and why; the pros and cons; relative returns through the pandemic so far; and clarity’s stance on this type of alternative investment.
Recorded 1 May 2020.
The latest update from our investment director, Glyn Bolton, focuses on the U.S. market and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. In this recording, Glyn discusses our current weightings, the performance of U.S. clarity buy list funds and how the American economy could be affected going forward.
Recorded 24 April 2020.
This week’s update from our investment director, Glyn Bolton, focuses on property funds; most of which have had to suspend trading during the COVID-19 crisis. Glyn also looks at how the sector was behaving in the run up to the pandemic, as well as the outlook for commercial property in a post-coronavirus world.
Recorded 17 April 2020.
Latest update from our investment director, Glyn Bolton, discussing this week’s developments in global markets, economies and currencies. Glyn also looks at how some of the clarity buy list funds have fared through the pandemic so far.
Recorded 9 April 2020.
Our investment director, Glyn Bolton, looks at how global markets behaved in the momentous first quarter of 2020, amidst the growing COVID-19 pandemic. Listen to the recording to hear Glyn talk through recent stock market performance, along with comparisons against previous bear markets, as well as what we might expect to see as the year progresses.
Recorded 3 April 2020.
A short session from our investment director, Glyn Bolton, talking through the crucial element of liquidity in an investment portfolio. The recent ‘fall from grace’ of renowned fund manager, Neil Woodford, was ultimately due to liquidity issues. Along with unlisted investments, property funds and bond funds can also suffer from lack of liquidity. Listen to Glyn talk through a few examples to understand more.
Recorded 28 June 2019.
This short, jargon-busting webinar is designed to provide insight and practical guidance to help you gain a clearer picture of how your investments work: a summary of the main types of investment and asset classes our views on the active vs passive debate and what makes an 'efficient market' how the different types of charges work and which are the important figures for you to consider.
November 8th, 2018
This webinar session, delivered by clarity's investment director, Glyn Bolton, covered: how index-tracking and active fund management approaches compare and contrast why index-tracking has gained in popularity over recent years which markets are 'efficient' and therefore best suited for index-tracking.
November 9th, 2017
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