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The Accumulator: what kind of 'correction' will it be?

EXCLUSIVE: Fund managers express their hopes and fears for bond and equity markets in the latest issue of The Accumulator, available now.

 
The Accumulator: what kind of 'correction' will it be?

The Accumulator, our free, weekly, two-page investment newsletter rounding up what the best fund managers around the world are telling Citywire journalists is available now.

This week we hear fund managers expressing their concerns for bonds and their hopes and fears for shares.

As always there is a unique page of data showing how global stock markets, currencies and the main asset classes are performing. This data is not available elsewhere on the Citywire Money website.

The newsletter is in an easy-to-print PDF format.

The Accumulator is absolutely free to registered readers of Citywire Money.

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This is the latest issue of The Accumulator.

6 comments so far. Why not have your say?

Frankie Dee

Feb 05, 2013 at 15:46

Does My Head In When articles like this have to assume a correction is needed or inevitable Why ? companies have beeen cutting costs cutting staff and renogotiating rentts etc so technically the only way is up.

I am gutted I read too deeply into all these negative articles and sold out all my equity stock late yesterday at a huge loss today we have a correction.

AAAAAhhhhh !!!

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spike

Feb 05, 2013 at 15:57

I nearly did the same until I regained my senses! These doomsayers that say we are heading for amaggedon every time the market goes down know as much about how the stock markets work as I know about quantum physics! (nothing!)

Markets go up and they down...get used to it! You are very lucky if you can time them right.

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Jonathan

Feb 05, 2013 at 16:03

No danger of government bonds losing value. While the BoE is printing money to buy them they have created a false market. What's the chance of them stopping? Well if they do the yields will sky-rocket and the government will start having to pay huge amount of interest on it's deficit. So my opinion is not much chance of devaluation of government bonds until the government gets its deficit under control, and there doesn't look like much chance of that.

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Willows

Feb 05, 2013 at 21:10

There doesn't appear to be much value in worldwide stockmarkets, and this seems to be catching up with low interest yields on cash. Fund managers claiming markets look inexpensive to historical valuations are not factoring in the huge amounts of QE that, historically, markets have never experienced. It's a brand new world. Be careful out there!

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masud butt

Feb 08, 2013 at 23:43

Don't listen to doomers, think long term, ofcourse take profit but don't sell all.

Good investment always come up even aft correction.

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mo khan

Feb 24, 2013 at 18:14

Well at last we have final admission from the Financial industry sector, that all investment is just a polite way of saying is gambling with fancy PR and Jur’nos .. or doomsayers, and no Criticism from them of bonuses that still go on, not one paper was in the know of all the Banking scandal. Why was that and do we believe what they know about markets and governments work. Look again at the symbol at the head of this article a roulette wheel no less ! , now I wonder who uses that perhaps Casino Times!............Thank you Citywire well come to Gambling Times,

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