Asset Allocation in a Higher Inflation Regime
- 10 Aug 2022
- Updated 11 Aug 2022
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Inflation continues to be one of the biggest risks facing investors in 2022, and this risk has only been exacerbated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine which has led to a surge in energy and commodity prices. Market expectations are for higher levels of inflation to be around for the foreseeable future, and it is therefore crucial that investors structure their portfolios accordingly to mitigate risk.
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Asset allocation is a key part of portfolio management, and its significance only increases in times of uncertainty. In times of market volatility, investors tend to increase their allocation to safe haven assets such as gold, and with interest rates also rising, investors will be looking to increase their allocation to fixed income assets due to the rise in yields.
Asset Allocation in a Higher Inflation Regime (Special Report, 2022)
This Special Report outlines the impact that periods of high inflation can have on investment portfolios, and discusses ways in which investors can structure their portfolios in order to protect them from inflation.