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Austerity? What austerity? In the wake of the 2008 credit crisis, the weathy have rarely had it so good. According to surveys by Royal Bank of Canada/Capgemini and Boston Consulting Group, global net worth has recovered over the last four years.

Austerity? What austerity? In the wake of the 2008 credit crisis, the weathy have rarely had it so good. According to surveys by Royal Bank of Canada/Capgemini and Boston Consulting Group, global net worth has recovered over the last four years.

Stability is one of the classic benefits of a family business. They aren’t swayed by the fluctuations of the markets or the animal spirits of nervous people on Wall Street worried about their bonuses, mortgages and alimony cheques.

Stability is one of the classic benefits of a family business. They aren’t swayed by the fluctuations of the markets or the animal spirits of nervous people on Wall Street worried about their bonuses, mortgages and alimony cheques.

Again and again, the financial community makes no distinction between the do-it-yourself investor and those who would prefer to use an adviser. The truth is, most investors yearn for a trusted adviser. Their quest, however, is often frustrated by a number of obstacles.

Again and again, the financial community makes no distinction between the do-it-yourself investor and those who would prefer to use an adviser. The truth is, most investors (two-thirds, according to many studies) yearn for a trusted adviser. Their quest, however, is often frustrated by a number of obstacles.

In his essay That Politics May Be Reduced to a Science, the Scottish thinker David Hume asked himself whether good government is down to the “humours and education” of the rulers, or the form of the constitution. We might ask the same question about businesses.

In his essay That Politics May Be Reduced to a Science, the Scottish thinker David Hume asked himself whether good government is down to the “humours and education” of the rulers, or the form of the constitution. We might ask the same question about businesses.

The failure of Europe’s politicians and central bankers to debate the eurozone plan properly is one of the notorious examples of “groupthink” of recent times.

The failure of Europe’s politicians and central bankers to debate the eurozone plan properly is one of the notorious examples of “groupthink” of recent times.

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