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Asset classes

Exploring the investment universe

At Russell Investments, we provide advice to clients on a diverse range of asset classes. We appreciate how complicated the array of opportunities in the investment universe can be. In this thought piece we consider the most basic question of all: where should you start when considering which asset groups to invest in?

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Why invest internationally?

Diversification remains the key to making prudent investment decisions

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Investor behaviour

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Dollar Cost Averaging

After all, if you could consistently buy low and sell high, you would never have to work for a living. A more workable investment strategy, based on the same ideal, is called “dollar cost averaging.” It’s a discipline that helps investors invest more efficiently.

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10 golden rules of investing

Most investors place too much importance on trying to choose between specific shares and bonds.

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3 guidelines to keep in mind in volatile markets

We are faced with headlines every day that force us to consider bailing on investments when markets get jittery.

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How you can turn risk in your favour

Mention the word ‘risk’ when talking about investments and most people instinctively think you are talking about the possibility of losing money.

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Investment process

Considerations when changing a fund manager

How do you know when to fire your fund manager? This publication outlines Russell Investments’ process when changing fund managers.

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Jargon Buster

The world of finance can sometimes seem like a scary place. Large and somewhat alien words are often thrown around when speaking about investment, which can be intimidating for those who have not had a chance to learn what they mean.

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Beginners guide to responsible investing

Socially responsible investing (SRI) has been around for a long time. Centuries ago, responsible investing found its origins in Jewish and Islamic regulations that targeted investments in industries deemed sinful.

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