Our inescapable truths are the economic forces and disruptive forces we think will shape the investment landscape over the years to come.
The idea of convergence is a powerful one for many emerging market investors. The idea that emerging countries will inevitably experience “catch-up” economic growth to developed markets is a key part of their appeal.
A global study of investor attitudes finds that those close to retirement expect to replace 74% of their salary when they give up work. The reality for those already retired is very different.
Further increases in inflation may lie ahead in 2018 and 2019. In the first of a new series, we highlight how inflation can affect your investments
The savings challenges facing the last of the baby boomers and the earliest cohorts of Generation X have fundamentally changed. The combination of low inflation, repeated financial crises, falling yields, lower levels of pension security as well as increasing longevity make successful retirement saving increasingly difficult.
Global Investor Study
The Schroders Global Investor Study finds that even established investors are not putting away enough for retirement. Europeans are saving the least.