View our take on the Spring Statement 2018 here.
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We are recruiting – join our team
Feeling undervalued in your current role? Is it time for a new job where you can really shine? Is 2018 going to be your year? Well we could have just the opportunity for you.
We are currently looking for enthusiastic & driven individuals to join our happy, successful & talented team. We currently have 2 roles available, as follows:
Click on the links above & if either role has ‘you’ written all over it, then get in touch and show us.
Experienced paraplanner required
We are looking for an experienced paraplanner to join our team. See attached Paraplanner Ad Sep 17 for full details.
New client enquiries
Please note that due to the high number of client referrals we have been getting that Douglas is now unable to take on any new clients until the end of September.
Gary does have availability in his diary before then for any enquiries that are not related to Defined Benefit pensions.
We are very grateful to have such loyal clients that refer us on to so many of their friends and family. However, to ensure we can meet demand, please let your friends or colleagues know about this waiting period to see Douglas if they are planning on contacting us for advice regarding their Defined Benefit pension.
We are looking for a receptionist/administrator. See attached ReceptionistAdmin Job Advert for details.
Merry Christmas & Best Wishes for 2017
Trump wins US Presidential election
Donald Trump has won the US Presidential election and the Republicans also retained their majorities in both the House of Representatives and the Senate.
Trump’s election introduces significant uncertainty to the outlook for government policy, economic activity and the US Federal Reserve (Fed). Market volatility has spiked in reaction to the result and we expect this to continue over the coming weeks amid speculation about his likely policy agenda. However, we stress the importance of not overreacting and waiting for clear announcements of priorities.
The president-elect and House Republicans have placed large tax cuts and corporate tax reform at the heart of their fiscal agenda. Mr Trump has also advocated a large increase in infrastructure spending.
At face value, the above policy agenda would boost economic activity over the next two years. However, Mr Trump has pledged to increase trade protection and reduce immigration – policies that would simultaneously weaken economic growth and increase inflationary pressures.
Clearly it is too early to fully assess the implications of the election result on markets, politics and the economy. A downbeat mood in markets could last several weeks but the medium-term implications for markets depend on the actual policies of President Trump and what can be negotiated through Congress.
As always, we encourage our clients to hold diversified portfolios structured for long term investment goals and designed to look through the short term noise. If you are in any doubt about your own portfolio, please just get in touch with us.