Equities 

Why investors' home bias has come to an end

  • Understand how investor home biases are changing
  • Learn about the regions investors are favouring instead
  • Grasp the domestic impact to both equities and bonds
CPD
Approx.30min
Why investors' home bias has come to an end

For investors, there’s typically no place like home. But in a record-breaking period for fund sales, UK equity portfolios have been left unattended by their usual owners. 

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CPD
Approx.30min
  1. What is Mr Gibson's preferred domestic area?

  2. Ms Gray says that since Brexit, it has been important to reduce home bias for what reason?

  3. What factor does Vanguard attribute to the recent falling allocation to UK bonds?

  4. Which of these countries witnessed an increased domestic bias towards bonds from 2001 to 2010?

  5. Over how many years has Mr Kearney been moving away from UK stocks?

  6. In which country does Mr Gibson say he has been overweight in?

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  • Understand how investor home biases are changing
  • Learn about the regions investors are favouring instead
  • Grasp the domestic impact to both equities and bonds

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