|Keeping perspective in post-Brexit volatility|
|Following the exit vote in the UK’s EU referendum yesterday, we outline our perspective on some of the implications.|
|Sub-zero: Not much positive about negative rates|
|As a growing number of central banks adopt negative interest rates, what does it mean for the global economy?|
|The Long View: Investing in US innovation|
|The United States' entrepreneurial spirit and the economy's resilience are providing unprecedented opportunities for companies and investors.|
|Insights from a Capital Group New Perspective Fund (AU) manager|
|Jody Jonsson, a portfolio manager for Capital Group New Perspective Fund (AU), discusses the fund's objectives, as well as keys to its long-term success.|
|Introducing the Capital Group New Perspective strategy|
|The global equity strategy with superior results for 43 years is now available to Australian investors.|
|Volatile Markets to Persist as Investors Adjust to New Realities|
|As investors adapt to the reality of slowing Chinese growth, lower oil prices and weak industrial activity, is there room for optimism?|
Behavioural biases such as loss aversion and herd mentality can skew investors' decisions and impact returns. At Capital Group, we believe that buying and holding solid portfolios with downside resilience and lower volatility can help protect investors from making irrational decisions, and reward them for their patience.
Investment specialist Greg Garrett explains why investors should get used to volatility and how they can utilise core bond portfolios to mitigate risk.
Jody Jonsson, a portfolio manager for Capital Group New Perspective Fund (AU), discusses the fund's objectives, as well as keys to its long-term success.
In this paper, we set out what has allowed Capital Group's New Perspective strategy to grow over decades, distinguishing itself from other global equity strategies.
The United States' entrepreneurial spirit and the economy's resilience are providing unprecedented opportunities for companies and investors.