We are pleased to bring you November’s edition of Reeves Invest, a Reeves Independent publication focusing on key and current information provided by Reeves Investment Services.
Over the past month, we’ve witnessed a whirlwind of political events which all had a knock-on economic impact. All three main equity markets, FTSE 100, Mid Cap and Smaller Companies were affected resulting in prices falling, yields rising and at one point Sterling fell to $1.03 against the US Dollar.
This political turmoil had repercussions for everyone from pensioners, home buyers and the weekly family budget.
But, rest assured that market volatility is inevitable and we always see a recovery when strategically investing long-term. In this edition of Invest we’ve included an article on market volatility and the importance of playing the long game.
You’ll also find our market outlook for the month ahead and we’re also bringing you the latest episode of our Fund in Focus podcast. This month’s episode features Jasmine Yeo - Investment Manager at Ruffer Diversified Return Fund.
As always, we wish you a prosperous month ahead.
With best wishes,
Nigel Reeves and the Investment Services Team
The Reeves Investment Services team explores the impact of current affairs on the investment portfolios and gives insight into how global news stories may change our outlook in different sectors
Each quarter our Investment Services Team provide an update on our five portfolios (Tactical, Core, Power, Short-Term and MPH.) This service offers investors options depending on the type and frequency of advice with which they are comfortable.
Reeves Invest Focus - November 2022
Although investing in markets brings great returns, it is also coupled with potential volatility and it’s these periods of volatility that can often shake investors and drive them out of the markets.
It’s vital from an investment perspective to view the markets objectively as they recover over the longer-term.
Episode 7: Jasmine Yeo - Investment Manager at Ruffer Diversified Return Fund.
Join our Investment Manager Rachael Simm as she discusses the different types of funds we have in our portfolios. Along with our special guests, we explore the range of sectors and asset types our clients can be invested in.
Past Reeves Investment Articles
Pensions are a long term commitment, you may not be able to access your pension funds until the age of 55 (currently), investments can go down as well as up and you might not get back your initial capital. Pension and tax legislation does and can change in the future which could impact your pension.
The value of your investment and any income from it could fall or rise, and you may not get back the full amount you invest.
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. We always recommend you talk to a qualified financial adviser before making any investment decisions.