Morningstar's Guide to What the Investing Experts Say

Last week, Morningstar ran our annual investment conference – on subjects ranging from Brexit and risk management to the cost of funds and the future of advice

Emma Wall 16 May, 2016 | 10:04AM
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Wouldn’t it be great if you – the private investor – had access to some of the greatest money minds in the world to help you make informed decisions about stock markets, portfolio management and future returns?

Well now you can stop dreaming: as Morningstar’s Guide to What the Experts Say is here to help. Last week, Morningstar ran their annual investment conference, inviting 400 investing professionals to London to hear from top financial thought leaders – on subjects ranging from Brexit and risk management to the cost of funds and the future of advice.

Lucky for you, Morningstar’s editorial team was on hand to record the arguments these top investors, economists and strategists for your information and entertainment.

Read on for our coverage of the Morningstar Investment Conference UK in our special report What the Experts Say.

Monday: Developed Markets

Brexit, the US Presidential Election and European Central Bank policy

Schroder's Rose: Yen Must Stabilise for Japan Profits to Rise

What Happens to Markets if Trump Becomes President?

M&G: Negative Interest Rates are a Big Problem

Buxton: Britain Will Not Leave the EU

Facebook, Google and Amazon: Why these Giants Will Continue to Grow

Tuesday: Emerging Markets

Value investing in Asia and the Americas, recession fears and global opportunities

Emerging Market Stocks are Good Value, says Dodge & Cox

Which Funds are Up with the Emerging Markets Rally?

Emerging Markets: Challenged But on the Rise, says JPMorgan

India Overtakes China as Fastest Growing Economy in the World

Wednesday: Managing Investment Risk

Why volatility is a good thing, ETFs and risk and the safest assets

Hold Cash and Prepare for a Market Crash, says Sanditon

Defensive ETFs: Too Good to Be True?

Are ETFs to Blame for Stock Market Volatility?

When Does Market Volatility Matter to Your Investment Portfolio?

Thursday: The Cost of Investing

Fees and fund management, and the moral cost of investing

Hermes: Fund Managers Need to Change, the City has Behaved Badly

3 Low-cost Funds for Income Investors

Can ESG Investing Mitigate Risk in Emerging Markets?

Don't Pay High Fees for a Low Active Share Fund

Transparency, Not Low Fees is Key to Winning Investor Trust

Friday: Investing in the Future

How the Millennials will invest, what the UK fund industry might look like post-Brexit

Will You Still Be Able to Invest Post-Brexit?

How the Millennials are Leading the Way with Sustainable Investing

Millennials: How to Avoid Pension Poverty

Cash Strapped Millennials Shun Financial Advice

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Emma Wall  is former Senior International Editor for Morningstar

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