philfinancial.com Facebook Twitter Envelope Will we travel again in 2021? Summary We are quite optimistic on the outlook for world wealth over the next 18 months. Unlike the last 30 years where bonds have contributed significantly to the increase in world wealth we think most of the returns will be driven by equities and equity […]
You’re probably already interested in the potential of electric cars. But maybe you also have the usual concerns about actually buying one: the price, the range, and worries about where you are going to charge the thing and how long you’ll be stuck there. Yet the market certainly seems to reckon they are the future. […]
Cobalt is one of those metals that define the modern world. Historically it was used to colour glass or ceramics. The Egyptians were using cobalt compounds 2,600 years ago in their sculptures. But in the 20th Century, cobalt was found to have qualities central to our most advanced technologies. Combining it with other metals […]
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A Very Brief Update after the storm has seemingly subsided! It’s been a “nowhere to hide” situation for investors over the last several weeks. If we look at the performance of 70 different types of asset classes from gold to bonds to oil to stocks, about 90% of them are down for the year through […]
Saturday at the office and catching up on some industry reading. I just read this and it made me smile! Something for all expats here in China, Taiwan, South Korea and Macau! From Patrick Thomas, Investment manager, Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management, London ‘It sounds counter-intuitive, but mistakes are good. You learn from them and your […]
I have come across this very interesting short article by an American Professor who teaches negotiation! He enlightened me as to the descriptive terms for the two types of bargaining being played out by perhaps the two largest geopolitical issues that intrinsically effect the stock markets. I’m talking about trade wars and Brexit The one […]