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View the performance of our Balanced, Moderately Adventurous, Adventurous and Highly Adventurous model portfolios.
Notwithstanding the serious health challenges the world is currently facing, we at London Wall Partners are mandated to advise on how to optimise your financial situation. It seems appropriate, given the current extreme economic and volatile market conditions, to provide a detailed account of how the portfolios, on which we advise you (and in which we also invest), are performing compared to the markets.
View the performance of our Balanced, Moderately Adventurous, Adventurous and Highly Adventurous model portfolios.
The Balanced Model Portfolio aims to achieve long term investment returns from a combination of lower risk and lower volatility assets (e.g. cash and/or bonds) and higher risk and higher volatility assets (e.g. real assets and company shares).
The Adventurous Model Portfolio aims to achieve long term returns from a greater proportion of higher risk and higher volatility assets (e.g. real assets and company shares) than lower risk and lower volatility assets (e.g. cash and/or bonds).
The Highly Adventurous Model Portfolio aims to achieve long term returns from a greater proportion of higher risk and higher volatility assets (e.g. real assets and company shares) than lower risk and lower volatility assets (e.g. cash and/or bonds).
The scale of the impact of the near shutdown of the world economy is becoming clearer by the day.  The immediate hit to economic activity through disruption to supply chains, business closure and social distancing measures is an unfortunately necessary consequence of the virus if we are to protect lives and prevent its rapid spread, overwhelming health facilities.  Governments are,
Stock markets have declined again, as Italy quarantined a quarter of its population to address its worsening coronavirus outbreak, and Saudi Arabia started a price war in the oil market; the Brent crude price has fallen from $65 per barrel at the start of 2020 to $35 at the time of writing.

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