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02 Sep 2015

Less than one week until the challenge begins, register now for SG Market Master!

Join the SG Market Master virtual ETP trading challenge to win Rugby World Cup 2015 experiences that money can't buy. Starting September 7th, investors will have the opportunity to experience the full Short & Leverage ETP trading experience, conducting market research, constructing a portfolio and capturing the daily performance of their chosen index or commodity without risking a penny for real. Over the period of 4 weeks, contestants will fight it out to see who can build the highest overall return from a portfolio of Short & Leverage ETPs. Click here to register

27 Aug 2015

Andrew McHattie: Trouble Overseas?

With summer now drawing to a close and no shortage of volatility affecting the markets, in his latest investment theme Andrew McHattie turns his attention to foreign markets focusing on the plight of China, Japan, the United States and Europe. Following on from the seemingly never-ending drama in Greece, China's recent currency devaluation and stockmarket woes and the global sell off that followed, Andrew looks to provide a recap of the events that have led us to this point and an insight into the key events that could affect foreign markets in the coming weeks. Click here to read the full article.

25 Aug 2015

Asset Allocator: Assessing the Fallout

In his latest Asset Allocator post, David Stevenson reviews the bearish activity that has dominated global markets for the past week to determine whether this is the start of a major bear run or simply a short term effect from China. Within the article David establishes his own investing assumptions and expectations for the markets in the coming months.

17 Aug 2015

Asset Allocator: Viewing the Fundamentals

In his latest Asset Allocator post, David Stevenson looks into the value of economic forecasting when considering where to place investments. David reviews a number of key fundamentals such as Robert Shiller's CAPE (cyclically adjusted price to earnings ratio). David uses the measure to examine the prospects for the UK, United States and other key markets such as China and Japan. Click here to read the full article.

10 Aug 2015

David Stevenson: The Real British Index

In his latest investment theme David Stevenson turns his attention to the two most well known British indices- the FTSE 100 and the FTSE 250. Within the article David argues that whilst the FTSE 100 may well be the index which often grabs all the headlines it is the FTSE 250 which acts as a better investment for those who wish to gain exposure to British equities. To argue this point, David documents the constituents of the FTSE 250 and highlights key areas of technical analysis and the recent out-performance of the FTSE 100 by the FTSE 250 Index. Click here to read the full article.

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