Given recent debates among various academics and practitioners, you may find this hard to believe but, writes Brendan McCurdy, the magnitude of a portfolio's ups and downs should still matter hugely to investors
Is volatility, as a measure of risk, dead? Of course not. You might not think it, given recent debates among quite a few academics and practitioners, but the magnitude of a portfolio's ups and downs matters...
‘Launched at very relevant time’
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An estimated £2.75bn
Outflows from UK equity funds gathered pace in August, with £2.6bn of assets being pulled from the market area over the course of the month, according to Morningstar’s latest fund flows report.
Why writing to MPs won't fix the FSCS levy - but writing to the Treasury Select Committee just might
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