What is left on the table?

We all know that bond markets have been very volatile since the start of the financial crisis in 2008. It is also clear that picking the right asset class for your savings within bonds has been important.

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Industrial property assets - performance not pizzazz

Industrial property assets, or “sheds” as they’re affectionately known, are one of the stalwarts of the property sector. While they may lack the glamour and pizzazz of other real estate assets, they can certainly pull their weight in terms of performance.

Supply and demand versus command

It has been a bad few weeks for Adam Smith’s “invisible hand of the market”. Politicians are queuing up to assert that they are better at setting prices than the markets themselves.

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