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Just Williams Podcast Episode 2

In episode 2 of the Just Williams Podcast series, Williams Investment Management partners Duncan Williams, Robert Ash and John Newsome discuss questions from Ian Shuttleworth covering: Timing Investments Unit Trusts Premium Bonds Gilts Choosing businesses to invest in Buying and selling US and EU stocks Tracker Funds Investing in football clubs Bullion Click here to…

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Just Williams Podcast Episode 1 – A Beginner’s Guide to Investment Management

In this introductory podcast from Williams Investment Management, WIM Partners Duncan Williams, Robert Ash and John Newsome take part in a Q&A style discussion with Ian Shuttleworth a client and consultant to the firm. This episode provides a ‘beginner’s guide’ covering the following areas: Differences between Investment Managers, Stockbrokers and Financial Advisors A brief explanation…

Williams Investment Management Financial Commentary

Financial Commentary – May 2021

Markets have remained strong, buoyed by vaccine programmes and potential paths out of lockdown assuming greater visibility. Having said that, with various geographical areas moving at different speeds and talk of third waves, there’s obviously a long way to go before anything resembling normality can resume. Economically, inflation and economic growth dominate discussion. Globally, growth…

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Financial Commentary – April 2021

World markets have, belatedly, started to consider the return of that mythical beast, inflation. Long considered extinct by many, it’s a species whose DNA looks eminently capable of resurrection in the ubiquitous economic laboratory experiments now being undertaken by just about every government and central bank. Stock markets are directly affected by bond markets because…

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Financial Commentary – February 2021

Global markets surged after the Democrats secured the U.S. Senate. With both houses now under their control, investors reacted in Pavlovian fashion, anticipating greater monetary stimulus alongside a more expansive fiscal agenda.  We’ve said it before (and many times before that) but how more expansive can any of this get? Sovereign borrowing is close to…