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Investors have been pumping money into funds at an unprecedented rate. With bond yields failing to beat inflation and the pent-up demand of cash saved during the pandemic being used by institutions and retail investors, funds have seen a record inflow of money.
As the booming retail market matures, a focus on fundamentals — rather than short squeezes — could lead to more sustainable results.
The inflation rate in the UK doubled in April and kept growing through May. In the US, the annual inflation rate is up to 5%. For investors, the big question is how will this affect the stock market?
The stock markets’ resurgent momentum since late 2020 and early 2021 can’t last forever. However, a slow down in price increases won’t necessarily mean a crash, or a correction is due just yet.
Tech stocks have been providing excellent returns over the last few years, especially the last 12-18 months. However, concerns over inflation have led to a slight pullback in 2021.
After a rocky start to May, the S&P 500 has recovered well. Additionally, the FTSE 100 continues to climb toward pre-COVID heights. So with the market in relative health, where are the Big Banks and Big Stock Gurus saying we should invest?
Market success has next to nothing to do with the stocks you pick. It has everything to do with money management; research proves it and professional traders confirm it. Yet our obsession with stock picks continues.
Fears that inflation is on the rise have spooked investors in the Tech Sector due to its reliance on future earnings. However, for savers with an ISA or a SIPP, an inflationary increase could also be terrible news.
The resurgent US stock market has hit all-time highs this year. However, not everyone’s portfolio has followed suit. Here we’ll look at which sectors are performing well and which stocks have good potential.