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A diversified and strategically asset allocated approach

The opportunity cost of missing the most profitable days can be significant. Trying to time the market by trading in and out of markets may not necessarily add value to the portfolio.

"Independent research suggests that even where a manager is 'successful' at security selection and market timing, 82 per cent of a multi-asset class portfolio's return can be explained by the strategic asset allocation. This often comes as a surprise to those who believe that asset selection and market timing is the key to investment success. It is quite the contrary." - Kenneth Yeo at HSBC Private Bank

INVESTORS around the world have seen turbulent times in the past few years, and market volatility is expected to continue through 2017.

Risk mitigation through diversification and consistent yield returns have become increasingly popular among investors, and in Asia, investors are turning...

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