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September 29, 2020

The past decade has been one of the most successful investment decades in history: US stocks rose by an average of 248%, the US real estate market by 200%, and gold as a “safe haven” climbed by 40%. The loose monetary policy as a result of the financial crisis has certainly contributed a great deal to this trend, as alternatives such as saving accounts or life insurance are simply no longer an option in times of low interest rates and increased monetary supply.

Monetary policy and a very successful investment decade

The past decade has been one of the most successful investment decades in history: US stocks rose by an average of 248%, the US real estate market by 200%, and gold as a “safe haven” climbed by 40%. The loose monetary policy as a result of the financial crisis has certainly contributed a great deal to this trend, as alternatives such as saving accounts or life insurance are simply no longer an option in times of low interest rates and increased monetary supply.

September 18, 2020

Early bird families, private wealth holders, healthcare corporations and venture capitalists will access cutting-edge life science innovations at Campden Wealth’s milestone 30th MedTech Investing Europe Conference, only a month away on 21-22 October, 2020.

Early bird families, private wealth holders, healthcare corporations and venture capitalists will access cutting-edge life science innovations at Campden Wealth’s milestone 30th MedTech Investing Europe Conference, only a month away on 21-22 October, 2020.

September 15, 2020

Family offices have always searched for investing across a range of different asset classes. With the technological march, accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic, the TMT (Technology, Media and Telecommunications) sector is looking even more attractive than before.

Family offices have always searched for investing across a range of different asset classes. With the technological march, accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic, the TMT (Technology, Media and Telecommunications) sector is looking even more attractive than before.

Why TMT over other sectors?

June 9, 2020

World order has never been so complex for investors. The US and China have entered a new phase of long-term strategic global competition. America has moved decisively from engagement to containment of China’s technological, economic and military power. Globalisation has created new arenas for renewed ‘Great Power’ competition: financial markets; cyber and outer space; technology; the corporate world. As world order bifurcates, investors are on the front line. 

World order has never been so complex for investors. The US and China have entered a new phase of long-term strategic global competition. America has moved decisively from engagement to containment of China’s technological, economic and military power. Globalisation has created new arenas for renewed ‘Great Power’ competition: financial markets; cyber and outer space; technology; the corporate world. As world order bifurcates, investors are on the front line.

May 14, 2020

After closing one of the worst quarters ever for equity markets, Q2 started on a high note, with indices (S&P 500 and Euro Stoxx 600) recovering markedly from the bottom hit during the previous month. According to Amundi Asset Management, there is clearly a battle between bull and bear forces taking place.

After closing one of the worst quarters ever for equity markets, Q2 started on a high note, with indices (S&P 500 and Euro Stoxx 600) recovering markedly from the bottom hit during the previous month. According to Amundi Asset Management, there is clearly a battle between bull and bear forces taking place.

May 7, 2020

The valuation of financial assets is based on expectations of future returns—but what if the next half century is vastly different from the previous one? Environmental changes are affecting companies and countries in a number of ways. Investors need to understand the key environmental trends and grapple with the implications for geopolitics and markets.

The valuation of financial assets is based on expectations of future returns—but what if the next half century is vastly different from the previous one? Environmental changes are affecting companies and countries in a number of ways. Investors need to understand the key environmental trends and grapple with the implications for geopolitics and markets.

May 4, 2020

With the coronavirus health and wealth crisis disrupting traditional investments in a fractured world, the virtues of the decentralised digital cryptocurrency are becoming attractive, but how can family investors get onboard with confidence?

With the coronavirus health and wealth crisis disrupting traditional investments in a fractured world, the virtues of the decentralised digital cryptocurrency are becoming attractive, but how can family investors get onboard with confidence?

CampdenFBput some of the key questions families have on crypto—issues of risks, rewards, trends and security—to Patrick Lowry (pictured left), chief executive and managing partner at Iconic Holding.

April 29, 2020

Duncan MacInnes, investment director, discusses Covid-19: how it has changed the investment landscape, the impact on the Ruffer portfolio and what could happen next.

Duncan MacInnes, investment director, discusses Covid-19: how it has changed the investment landscape, the impact on the Ruffer portfolio and what could happen next.

This is the first episode of a new series of podcasts, where Ruffer will be exploring the investment universe and sharing their interpretation of what’s going on.

“It’s our view that we are moving through an economic regime change,” MacInnes (pictured) said.

April 28, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has triggered a race for disruptive innovation in diagnostics, new therapies and novel vaccines, but the global life sciences industry was already expected to reach more than $2 trillion in gross value by 2023, up from $1.6 trillion before the crisis.

The coronavirus pandemic has triggered a race for disruptive innovation in diagnostics, new therapies and novel vaccines, but the global life sciences industry was already expected to reach more than $2 trillion in gross value by 2023, up from $1.6 trillion before the crisis.

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