Robert Swift takes a look at what happened in October in markets. This is an excerpt from Robert's Global High Conviction report for October 2021.
Robert Swift takes a look at the current situation around inflation and looks at how we can invest to maintain our spending power in real terms. A must read for those now receiving next to nothing for their bonds and fixed income.
Robert Swift takes a look at the US corporate results season to provide a quick update on corporate America. He has noticed a similarity in the commentary coming out of a lot of big companies; is it worth worrying about or should we listen to the Fed?
Robert Swift takes a look at the shift in language coming from central bankers and finance ministers and, more importantly, the implications for equities and bonds.
Robert Swift takes a look at what happened in February in markets and touches on some of the adjustments made within his portfolio. This is an excerpt from Robert's Global High Conviction report for February 2021.
Sometimes you get a piece of good advice early in your career, from someone older, that you respect. You should remember that advice and follow it. One of these is often “never say we told you so; it just irritates”. We’re going to break that rule; in a polite way.
If something is too hard or whacky then there is a tendency to ignore it and hope it goes away. The recent bizarre price moves in GameStop and AMC and other ‘marginally solvent’ companies is just such a case in point. However, ‘hope’ is not a strategy and it can pay to rummage in the information cellar where you might find something useful / or learn a lesson? So we’ll have a stab at making sense of what looks like nonsense. We might come to a useful conclusion?
Time to review 2020 and prognosticate on 2021. Around this time last year we wrote a piece titled "2019 A Surprisingly Good Year for Risk Assets: 2020 Outlook," time to do it all again.
Karl Hunt, of the Global High Conviction portfolio and Delft Partners, delves into what is shaping up to be one of the stronger global investing thematics. Infrastructure spending was needed prior to the ongoing pandemic and it is now likely to accelerate as governments around the world look to drive economic activity.
Robert Swift, portfolio manager of the TAMIM Global High Conviction strategy, suggests three vitally important principles to see you through this coronavirus crisis.
Robert Swift, manager of the TAMIM Global High Conviction strategies, reviews the month that was February from a global perspective and how it impacted his decision making when it comes to his portfolios.
Robert Swift takes a brief look at the year that was 2019 and casts his eye toward 2020. What should we expect to see and where might we find risk appropriate returns?
With apologies to Canned Heat and Jack Kerouac, Robert Swift has penned some of his observations from being on the ground in Europe and Hong Kong recently and how these have influenced his thinking when it comes to investing. This week we finish up with Hong Kong.
With apologies to Canned Heat and Jack Kerouac, Robert Swift has penned some of his observations from his recent travels through Europe and how these have influenced his thinking when it comes to investing. This week we move to Germany and the EU.
With apologies to Canned Heat and Jack Kerouac, Robert Swift has penned some of his observations from being on the ground in Europe recently and how these have influenced his thinking when it comes to investing. This week we start with the UK.
Robert Swift, Head of Global Equities at TAMIM and CIO of API Capital, takes a look forward at the year ahead. What can we expect to see? What would we like to see? How should we position ourselves?
Robert Swift, CIO of API Capital and portfolio manager of the Global High Conviction strategy, takes a brief look at what occurred in global markets through October and how it has affected the Tamim Global Equity High Conviction IMA
Robert Swift revisits the Emerging Markets conversation in light of recent foreign exchange developments.
Karl Hunt takes a look at the increasingly relevant issue of finding sensibly priced growth. In doing so he points out a couple of sectors or industries worth looking at outside of the overworked US "tech" sector.
Robert Swift and the global equity team take a quick look at the USA China Trade War while also presenting the opinion of an associate of theirs, Stewart Paterson.
Robert Swift looks at the lack of diversification in not only the Australian market but also emerging markets. He presents an often misunderstood and underutilised alternative.
The Tamim Global Equity investment team take a closer look at Trump's Trade War and a the potential ramifications as it ramps up.
This week Robert Swift gets down and technical and takes a look ESG Compliance in the wake of the ongoing Hayne Royal Commission.
This week Robert Swift takes a look at a portfolio holding which has gone from under-performer to outperformer. He digs into the importance of conducting proper analysis and, if nothing changes, having faith in it to work in the long term.
This week Robert Swift returns to one of his favourite subjects of the past year, a particularly relevant subject in the current global economic environment.
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