At our Pan-European Congress in Rome, some 81% of delegates said they consider active share an important metric in their fund selection process. Here are some reasons why you should (not) care about active share.
The devaluation of the euro is regarded by many as a one-way street: if the US is a guide, then Europe’s QE 1 will be followed by QE 2 and QE 3 and if history is a guide, the devaluation may go on for many more months. So what should we do to prepare?
Tim Peeters is more than just a fund selector. The Belgian multi-tasker explains to Tjibbe Hoekstra why he is stocking up on absolute return funds and tells what
eurozone investors should do to mitigate currency risk.
With QE over in the US and interest rate rises on the horizon, we asked the EIE editorial panel how investors should protect themselves.
Fund selectors and fund buyers strongly disagree where on the planet the investment climate is most benign
The market volatility of recent months has led to a radical shift in fortunes for the participants in EIE’s Fantasy Fund Picker Competition.
Fund selectors attending Expert Investor Europe’s Alternative Ucits Congress in Versailles in October tell us what alternative strategies they are investing in now.
The portents for another major financial crisis are
becoming stronger, so investors would better prepare for the storm.
If fund selectors do not need to take into account risk guidelines or fearful clients when constructing their portfolios, they can achieve amazing returns.
European fund buyers are increasingly looking for refuge as both bond and equity prices have started to look suspiciously high.