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July 7, 2020

The most frequently asked question I get from people with a new interest in crypto and blockchain technology is how to get investment exposure to the asset class. In this article, I’m going to tell you what options are out there, what, from my view, the respective pros and cons of each are, and, most importantly, which way may suit you best based on your investment size, risk profile, tech understanding and the amount of effort you want to put in.

The most frequently asked question I get from people with a new interest in crypto and blockchain technology is how to get investment exposure to the asset class. In this article, I’m going to tell you what options are out there, what, from my view, the respective pros and cons of each are, and, most importantly, which way may suit you best based on your investment size, risk profile, tech understanding and the amount of effort you want to put in.

May 28, 2020

A pandemic has struck in the form of Covid-19, grinding the global economy to a halt. Politicians are desperately scrambling to enact legislation to protect their constituents as corporate chief executives jockey for the position of being the first constituent in line for their bailout. Unprecedented payments are being made by governments to their citizens to help meet their short-term obligations, and financial markets have utterly collapsed to the tune of extreme volatility, that in crypto, we call Monday.

February 12, 2020

Ronald Reagan ran in 1984 with a famous TV commercial which started with the line ‘It’s morning in America’. This was to signify that the best was yet to come. We think there is a chance, just a chance, that the UK could also be at the start of an exciting period.

Ronald Reagan ran in 1984 with a famous TV commercial which started with the line ‘It’s morning in America’. This was to signify that the best was yet to come. We think there is a chance, just a chance, that the UK could also be at the start of an exciting period.

February 25, 2013

Equity purchases made under duress produce a joyless stock market rally, where people are desperate to preserve their wealth, rather than cheer on recovery.

Six years ago, Zimbabwean shares were enjoying one of the greatest rallies the world has ever seen.

In the year to April 2007, the local stock market was up 12,000% as investors rushed to invest.

President Robert Mugabe was leading the country towards bankruptcy, after letting his war veterans seize farms owned by white farmers. Agriculture was in a state of collapse. Roads were crumbling. The rate of unemployment was 80%. Industry was bankrupt. Yet stocks defied reality.

January 15, 2013

In years gone by, central banks were supposed to be the guardians of monetary discipline – vigilant in protecting citizens against inflation and currency debasement. They were rarely known to smile.

In years gone by, central banks were supposed to be the guardians of monetary discipline – vigilant in protecting citizens against inflation and currency debasement. They were rarely known to smile.

Bankers used to quake every time the governor of the Bank of England twitched an eyebrow. Former Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker developed a fearsome reputation for taming inflation in the early 1980s.

But the times are changing to suit economic circumstances, as anxious politicians bend central bankers to their will.

June 8, 2011

Inflation is a hot topic right now, and the dilemma that family offices face is how to measure inflation rates, and how to assess the positive and negative impact of inflation on future wealth.

The majority of family offices use inflation-adjusted performance measures to assess their investment returns. Inflation is a hot topic right now, and the dilemma that offices face is how to measure inflation rates, and how to assess the positive and negative impact of inflation on future wealth.

October 26, 2009

Are you an inflation bear or bull? The global investment community can be roughly divided between those who see little real inflation risk – often pointing to the record level of excess capacity in world’s economies as measured by the “output gap” – and those who believe that although many regions are currently experiencing deflation, inflation will return with a vengeance.

Are you an inflation bear or bull? The global investment community can be roughly divided between those who see little real inflation risk – often pointing to the record level of excess capacity in world's economies as measured by the "output gap" – and those who believe that although many regions are currently experiencing deflation, inflation will return with a vengeance.

September 3, 2009

Family offices should invest in gold as a long-term safeguard against inflation, according to a leading investment manager.

Family offices should invest in gold as a long-term safeguard against inflation, according to a leading investment manager.
 

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