Latest monthly commentary
The "October Effect" - or the "Halloween Effect" if you're American - received renewed impetus this month with global equity markets taking a battering. The theory goes that stock markets tend to fall in October and is probably due to the October stock market crashes of 1929 and 1987.
our investment beliefs
The reason many investors lose money in equities is because of their lack of knowledge about the businesses in which they invest
and their lack of experience in managing the inherent risk in equity markets.
Minimising losses is central to the effectiveness of compounding returns and wealth creation.