Tagged: ETFs

Short Trackers

Do Short Trackers Work As Hedges?

Today we’re going to look at Short Trackers (Inverse ETFs) as portfolio hedges. Does their daily rebalancing mean that they drift off course?

Weekly Roundup, 3rd November 2015

Weekly Roundup, 3rd November 2015

Weekly Roundup for the Private Investor: dividends, crowdfunding, interest rates, the blockchain, SME lending, robo advisors, dodgy accounting and happiness.

robo advisers

Robo Advisors – Any Good Ones Yet?

We catch up with ready made portfolios, looking at three new robo advisors and comparing them to the three from last time. Do any beat DIY investing?

Weekly Roundup, 4th August 2015

Weekly Roundup, 4th August 2015

Weekly Roundup for the UK Private Investor: wills, pension freedoms, alternative income, rising wages, ETFs vs hedge funds, commodities and US valuations

Weekly Roundup, 19th May 2015

Weekly Roundup, 19th May 2015

Weekly Roundup for the UK Private Investor: property trusts, fees, Budget, pensions, tax, infrastructure &”one-stop” funds, bond yields & the debt subsidy

Weekly Roundup, 5th May 2015

Weekly Roundup, 5th May 2015

Weekly Roundup for the UK Private Investor: ETFs, inequality, no oil boom, 100 year bonds, MaxMyInterest, low wages

Weekly Roundup 4th March 2015

Weekly Roundup, 4th March 2015

We begin today’s weekly roundup as usual in the FT. FTSE-100 all-time high In fact, we begin where we left off last week, with the FTSE-100 hitting record highs. Judith...

Weekly Roundup, 3rd February 2015

Weekly Roundup, 3rd February 2015

We begin our weekly roundup as usual in the FT. Passive investing Judith Evans and Jonthan Eley put together a special feature on the impact of passive funds, and ETFs...

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Weekly Roundup, 15th December 2014

We start today’s weekly roundup with Jonathan Eley’s FT column. UK savings rate Jonathan was looking at a report from the Social Market foundation, a think-tank. They note that despite...