Tag Archives: Investment Wisdom

What should Prince Harry do with his inheritance?

Harry is set to inherit £10 million from his mother’s estate when he turn 30 next week. Prince Harry’s love of partying is no secret and the £10 million he’s about to inherit on his 30th birthday could be cause to celebrate, but he might want to think carefully about what he’s going to do […]

Cape Fear: Purely a numbers game?

Following a rather frustrating conversation with a local Maths teacher, who believes stockmarket success is purely a result of predictive quantative analysis, I feel compelled to write…

Investment Beliefs

Our investment philosophy is simple and different. We believe that investment decisions should be guided by the wealth of academic and empirical evidence available to us. On review, it provides a number of clear pointers to where we should focus our energies to deliver our clients with a successful investment experience. We define a successful […]

Best of Times, Worst of Times

Last year proved to be unusually rewarding for equity investors around the world, with returns in excess of 25% in 41 out of 45 countries tracked by MSCI. Emerging markets did especially well; total return for the MSCI Emerging Markets Index (expressed in US dollars) was 79.02%, the highest since inception of the index in […]

Investor Principles – Top Tips for 2010

I remind myself often: I am an investor not a speculator. I am an investor. I do not trade my assets frequently. That’s speculation, not investing. I am also a saver, fuelling my investments with continuous savings from current income. I know that every kind of asset entails risk – even cash, which can be […]