Charity Multi-Asset Fund video
Charity Multi-Asset Fund update
As markets post their worst quarterly fall in more than seven years, Tom Montagu-Pollock looks at the performance and positioning of the Fund
Markets have risen strongly in the decade since the financial crisis – but in the final three months of 2018 they delivered the worst quarterly fall in many years.
The Charity Multi-Asset Fund’s diversification into property and infrastructure helped offset some o the declines.
Looking ahead, global growth is weakening, but earnings remain positive, and at these lower levels equity prices have become more attractive. Market volatility, which we expect to continue through 2019, might create a number of opportunities.
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