Category: Asset Modelling

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Market volatility: Investors find their fear

It’s our job to systematically avoid getting carried away by short term fluctuations. We make long term projections so need to maintain a sense of perspective and balance a whole range of different considerations. We don’t want to get distracted chasing after every headline on our screens or Twitter trend, and try to comment only on bigger trends, but even from our favoured 30,000ft vantage point, and ignoring bitcoin, events over the last few days look significant. In our previous update, we highlighted the strain implicit in bonds and equities moving in the same direction, and events over the last month are the kind of fallout t ...


No news is good news for the economy

The Insight Asset Model is updated quarterly, and the results of this update published. These updates reflect the changes in the starting point of the projection for the state of the economy and the yields that are available. EValue recently completed the updates for January 2018. A commentary and accompany overview video, can be found below. Overv ...

Insight Updates – July 2017 – Commentary

Economy This was another quarter where actual market developments failed to match the amount of political news. This commentary should be read with that in mind. Small changes are not a solid foundation for large conclusions, especially when those changes reversed direction in the last week reviewed. As it is we have a healthy but unexciting quarte ...

Raising your game

As the smell of freshly cut grass permeates the air and the consumption of strawberries and cream increases exponentially, it can mean only one thing – the start of the Wimbledon Championships. Yet again, the hopes of British tennis enthusiasts rest on Andy Murray’s shoulders. Can he win Wimbledon for a third time and emulate the exploits of Fr ...