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Marginal Gain

Marginal Gain – October 2019

So, is this the month that we finally get BREXIT? It would be good to finally get it out the way if only for the simple reason that the rest of Government has been paralysed and inconsequential. Even the new chancellor Sajid Javid while announcing the date for the Autumn Statement and Budget on the 6th [...]

October 17th, 2019|

Marginal Gain – September 2019

As we come into our last month of our 6th trading year, we are projecting to have another record year in terms of turnover. In addition, during the first quarter of our seventh year, we should have some interesting announcements and developments to further improve our proposition. The demand for advice has never been stronger [...]

September 23rd, 2019|

Marginal Gain – August 2019

This week the news has once again been dominated by Trump and China. The drop in the yuan below the symbolically important level of 7 to the dollar prompted howls of criticism from the US with many commentators accusing the Chinese government of currency manipulation. The reality is probably more nuanced. China is happy for this [...]

August 8th, 2019|

Marginal Gain – July 2019

With a summer of sports progressing, it is appropriate to refresh our reasoning behind Marginal Gain! To recap, elite sports men and women use the ideal of a marginal gain to make small tweaks to their performance. In isolation, each part is incremental and so in terms of financial planning our delivery to clients of a [...]

July 17th, 2019|

Marginal Gain – June 2019

With Trump in the UK earlier this month, his tenure as President continues to dominate the global economy as he now provoked China into further tariff retaliations on natural resources. You may have just come across the term “rare earths”. Just so you know, rare earths are a group of 17 chemical elements used in everything [...]

June 20th, 2019|

Marginal Gain – May 2019

In this edition of Marginal Gain, we look at the role of structured plans within a portfolio, as positive returns can be achieved when markets remain flat which is probably the likely outcome for the next few years.

May 16th, 2019|