Capital Group is a Haven to Invest and Plan a Safe Retirement

July 13, 2017

Mr. Warren Buffet’s wager of $1 million into charity has been considered as highly likely to pay out and prove to be a better investment than a group of hedge fund managers who invested S&P 500 passive index. It seems Mr. Buffet is right since most of the funds shortchange investors. His low cost and simple investment have found support, as it provides a safe option for retirement and assurance for investors to stay active in the business.

It is high time to challenge the proposition that passive index returns provide a safer path to a comfortable retirement. What people should understand is that they do not cushion you against down markets. More than 1200 investors were surveyed, and they stated that they were aware that index funds exposed them to 100% losses and high market volatility.

Tim Armour was elected and announced the chairman of the Capital Group on the 28th of July 2015. The announcement was made by the Board of Directors of the group, which is one of the leading investment management firms in the world. Amour holds a degree in Economics from the Middlebury College. He began his professional career at the Capital Group as a participant in the Associates Program, working as an equity investment analyst, where he covered global telecommunications and U.S service organizations. He is also the chairman of Capita’s Group Management Committee.

Tim Armour’s perspective on the market selloff is that China has the greatest impact on the global economy. It has a market share of more than 15%. He considers China’s decision to devalue its currency as the most prominent catalyst for the market selloff since it created financial shocks to international markets.

The partnership with Samsung Asset Management will see the development of co-branded retirement products for Koreans. It will target middle-aged workers and those in need of long-term asset accumulation. Tim states that the partnership will deal with the areas of product management, distribution, and retirement solutions.

Armour warns on the Post-Trump market, saying that there will be turbulence ahead. That is because most of the decisions and policies of the incoming government are very uncertain. However, he argues that markets are facing an inflection dimension, motivated by populism all over the world.

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