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19 resultados para 'bonds'

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13:15

Opinion

Will bonds really protect you in a crisis?

JEREMY BLATCH

It is a tenet of modern portfolio theory to allocate capital in a balanced portfolio to low-risk fixed-interest securities (bonds) to protect against exposure to more risky growth assets like equities. Some suggest as a rule of thumb to allocate ... capital to bonds in line with your age. The rationale for this is that the older you are, the fewer risk assets you should be owning. Bonds (a contractual obligation on behalf of the creditor to pay the debtor) are less risky than equities (a claim on an ... asset) and the idea is that allocating capital to bonds will protect the investor against market turmoil or financial crisis. But is this really true? Is it really sensible to assume that an allocation to bonds will hold steady when markets decline

10:19

Opinion

Are bonds really safer than stocks?

JEREMY BLATCH

Conventional investment wisdom and modern portfolio theory both hold that fixed-interest securities (bonds) are safer than equities (stocks). Most advisors will recommend to increase exposure to bonds with the investors age and to reduce risk. ... makes the case that stocks have in fact been less risky than bonds over the long term. When comparing the best and worst case after inflation returns for stocks, bonds and treasury bills (short term paper) from 1802, stocks are unquestionably riskier ... than bonds or treasury bills over one- and two-year periods. However, in every five-year period since 1802, the worst performance of stocks, -11.9%, was only slightly worse than that of bonds and bills. Over ten years stocks handsomely beat bonds and,

12:56

Opinion

Tune out the noise and stay the course

jeremy blatch | jb@ehh.gi

...people to travel and fly again? Will demand recover to pre-pandemic levels? However, the probability is that equities will outperform bonds and cash in the coming decade. Markets and investors crave certainty, but in an age when technology allows us to ... assets and in preference for cash, for example, or selling bonds in favour of cash. Given that our robust, well-thought-out investment strategies are faced with so much uncertainty, this is not the time to be making big decisions in regard to our

17:33

Opinion

We were going to be better

Héctor Barbotta

...was as the world was collapsing around them. As there was no other way of preventing depression at the start of a lockdown with no certain end date, we preferred to believe that the misfortune would lead us to weave bonds of solidarity in the

18:58

Opinion

Heads you win, tails I lose

JEREMY BLATCH

When investors buy bonds, they sit across the table from a sophisticated adversary. The fixed income market does not attract the most gifted analysts, as the money is in the equity market. This is ironic, because the job is more complex. Corporate ... bonds in their portfolio for safety. This may be misplaced. US Treasury bonds trade in the deepest, most liquid market in the world, meaning that you can easily buy and sell at realistic prices. Default-free, non-callable, full-faith and credit ... in Europe is more difficult, as it has a central bank but not a treasury, and does not issue collective debt. Unlike US Treasuries, corporations often issue debt with a 'call' option, giving the issuer the option to redeem or call the bonds after a

22:12

Opinion

Don't become a victim of market volatility

JEREMY BLATCH JB@ehh.gi

...government bonds and cash deposits. Unlike speculators, who look for short term profit, as investors we should be pleased when what we wish to own can be bought more cheaply. If we have taken appropriate steps to ensure that we have sufficient liquidity to

16:05

What to do

Learn how to get extra income from your investments

sur in english

The director of BinckBank in Spain & Portugal, Kaspar Huijsman, this Thursday is hosting a seminar called 'Extra Income From Your Investments'. The seminar focuses on generating a cash flow from your current investments via: yield on your bonds

13:40

Opinion

The place of gold in an investor's portfolio

JEREMY BLATCH

...someone else's liability and does not require a financial intermediary. In addition to insurance against systemic risk, Gold is not correlated with other financial assets like bonds equities and commodities and acts as a diversifier of market risk in a

11:49

Local

New UK Ambassador to Spain gets behind his office desk in Madrid

CHARLOTTE WAY

...fast-approaching 31 October deadline and, in diplomatic style, expressed his anticipation of a new phase of the "vibrant bilateral relationship" between Spain and Britain, upon the UK leaving the European Union. Emphasising the entrenched bonds between the two