Is US tech in crisis?

At Canada Life Investments, we have long been bearish on a number of the US technology stocks on valuation grounds. Companies such as Alphabet (Google’s parent company), Amazon and Facebook are investor favourites and amongst the largest 10 stocks in the US equity market. However, what has been behind their recent sell-off?

Mike Willans

Mike Willans

Head of International Equities

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Investing for the long-term within a changing economy

As investors, we are often asked what long-term trends we are trying to gain exposure to across our multi-asset portfolios and, at Canada Life Investments, a long-term approach is central to what we do. However, there are subtleties to this that are often not talked about.

David Marchant

David Marchant

Chief Investment Officer, Canada Life Limited & Managing Director, Canada Life Asset Management Limited.

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Why active management will be crucial in protecting capital

The likely challenge over the next few years is likely to be to preserve, rather than seek higher returns on capital. This is particularly important given that global central banks are currently withdrawing monetary easing. We believe that active management will be crucial in this kind of market environment, particularly in the short-dated corporate credit space.

Michael Count

Michael Count

Senior Fund Manager, Fixed Income

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The case for global bonds amidst rising interest rates

In February, a surge in inflation expectations in the context of strong global growth, combined with central banks hinting at upcoming additional rate rises caused a spike in government bond yields globally. As a result, fixed income assets have been volatile, but have held up far better than equities. Why?

David Arnaud

David Arnaud

Senior Fund Manager, Fixed Income

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Can mainstream TV advertising survive?

Streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime are now ubiquitous in modern day culture, with many investors speculating that the traditional model of television is now dead. But just how effective is traditional TV advertising?

Nigel Kennett

Nigel Kennett

Senior Fund Manager, UK Equities

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