Tag: equity risk premium

Pauline Skypala

Man in suit praying

Praying for a market miracle

The revelation that the Church of England is relying almost exclusively on returns from equities to pay vicars’ pensions in the future raises an interesting question: which institutions can afford a sufficient time horizon to be able to rely on the expectation that equities will outperform bonds over the longer term?

Sophia Grene

Is there an equity risk premium? Can investors take advantage of it? Yes, according to Jeremy Siegel. No, according to a delightfully scornful riposte from sometimes FTfm writer John Keefe.

Feel free to join in the fight in comments, but bear in mind that in the long run, we’re all dead.

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FTfm's specialist writing team offer their insights into the global fund management industry.

About the authors

Pauline Skypala has been editor of FTfm for four years having previously been deputy personal finance editor. She joined the FT in 1999 and has been writing on savings and investment issues throughout her career.

Steve Johnson, FTfm deputy editor, has been a journalist for 17 years, 10 of which have been with the FT.


Sophia Grene, reporter on FTfm, has been a financial journalist in print and online for 12 years.

Ruth Sullivan has worked as a financial/business journalist and foreign correspondent and for the past 10 years has been at the FT.

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