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12:24

Opinion

The only certainty is uncertainty

JEREMY BLATCH / jb@ehh.gi

...will pay out more cash, giving you a greater return on your capital at some time in the future than holding cash today. What is the probability of outcomes in regard to return on capital allocated? This requires analysis. Buying a stock or index because

12:41

Opinion

Protecting purchasing power safely

JEREMY BLATCH

index-linked Treasury Bond is a safe piece of paper issued in the deepest, most liquid market in the world, providing added protection against price inflation. In fact, the US 10-year Treasury Bond is the global benchmark for credit. Sensible investors ... nominal amount invested), which is index linked to rising price inflation. The acclaimed Wall Street author Jim Grant said that US Treasuries give 'return-free risk', meaning the risk of the US Government defaulting on payment is not offset by the ... investor based on their original capital for the duration of the bond. A negative real yield is a nominal yield minus inflation. Index-linked gilts and Index-linked European government bonds are available for sterling and euro investors who do not wish to

15:51

Opinion

Not every index fund is created equal

JEREMY BLATCH

...institutions sought to enhance their profits at the expense of the investors. This pattern has been repeated in recent decades with the introduction of index funds, and now the development of exchange traded funds (ETFs) which, unlike a traditional index ... mutual fund, enables an index to be traded like a share in real time on the stock market. Investors need to be very careful when selecting index funds for their portfolios to avoid being misled by marketing and sales hyperbole. The whole point of ... indexing is to accept the market rate of return at the market risk for the lowest possible cost. As some 80% of equity managers will fail to beat the market index by on average the amount of their fees and charges (Standard & Poor's SPIVA Report 2018) by

12:44

National

Spanish stocks ease upwards for third consecutive day on aid-package news in the US

SUR

The approval of the biggest ever financial aid package in the US helped the Spanish stock market close its third consecutive day with an increase on Thursday evening (26 March). The Ibex 35 leading-share index in Madrid was up 1.31 per cent at ... 7,033 points on the day. The index had started the week at 6,219 points and reached its most recent peak on 18 February at 10,005 points. Other European markets have climbed this week.

16:05

Opinion

Is there a safe haven for investors in these uncertain times?

JEREMY BLATCH

...decline can lead to negative or even fearful reactions, but a more accurate definition of volatility is a 'statistical measure of the dispersion of returns for a given security or market index'. We can embrace volatility and use it to our advantage as ... the price of a security or index falls by 50% a few weeks after you bought it, you should be delighted to buy more shares at half the price. In addition, you should not own even one share in a business unless you are prepared to buy the entire

15:03

Opinion

Not-for profit fund management

JEREMY BLATCH

...majority of active fund managers will fail to beat the market index that they use as a benchmark to measure their success. Following a report by Standard and Poor's US rating agency and accredited academia, they will do so by the same amount as their fees ... founded in the US in 1976 by John Bogle, is owned by and run for the investors. This investment company specialises in offering funds that mirror the return made by the market, by constructing an index to replicate the companies held in a given market ... sector in the proportion that they are held by size of capitalisation. An NFP approach allows the company to offer their index funds at a cost on average 70% below those of other management groups in the industry. Another NFP is The Teachers Insurance

16:24

Opinion

Is this time different?

JEREMY BLATCH jb@ehh.gi

...relevant. In other words, he would be an indexer today. He recognised the inevitable challenge of trying to pick an individual stock, and would have bought the index, letting everyone else in the market determine the price. Today this is relevant. When