How Can Retail Investors Capitalise on Global Economic Trends?
Senior industry leaders will share their insights
2021 was another turbulent year for personal investors as the world tackled ongoing pandemic uncertainty. Understanding how to capitalise on these trends will be an essential part of boosting portfolios in 2022. Amid growing concerns about inflation and the rising cost of living, expanding market knowledge is important for investors to be able to make profitable decisions about where to deploy capital.
With inflation rising to 5.4% in December — the highest level in 30 years — and UK economic growth weaker than expected, are we heading for stagflation? How are inflationary fears shaping investment advice? Can investors recover from Covid-19 market fluctuations? What investment strategies are best placed to adapt to an unpredictable future?
This webinar, organised by the Financial Times and Netwealth, will explore how retail investors can develop asset allocation strategies to capitalise on current macroeconomic uncertainty.
What key macro trends should investors account for when building their investment portfolios?
Financial Planning Tools
What are the key financial planning tools that retail investors need to be aware of to achieve higher returns?
What strategies are available to counteract the long-term damage that fees may have on the value of investments?
The big picture, what investment strategies are best placed to adapt to an unpredictable future?
And build relationships with some of the biggest names in your industry
New approaches and strategies to help retail investors
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