Behavioural Biases and Investment

Behavioural Finance is an academic field with real life implications and lessons to take away – both for everyday life as well as for market and property investments. The founding fathers of the field – Richard Thaler, Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky – had...

Maintaining and Growing Wealth Across Generations

That different generations of the same family take different approaches to managing the family’s wealth or business is something that has been eternalised in popular culture, notably television series such as Dallas and Dynasty. While the reality tends to be less...

Investing with Warren Buffett

Listed as the world’s fourth-wealthiest individual in 2020 and having made most of his wealth on the stock markets, Warren Buffett, “the sage of Omaha”, is unarguably one of the world’s most successful investors. In particular, Buffett has gained attention for being...

Artificial Intelligence and the Stock Market

One of the buzzwords of our time, Artificial Intelligence or AI has been the source of much guesswork and gloom, with some columnists and commentators heralding the age of unprecedented efficiency and the perfectly customised consumer products. Other writers have been...

Watching the Time – Luxury Timepieces as Accessories and Investments

As indicators of status and good taste, luxury watches remain one of the most sought-after accessories on the market. There are many reasons for wanting to invest in a high-quality timepiece – from wealth preservation to acquiring a gadget that both fills a useful...

A Repeat of the Dot-Com Crash?

With IT being one of few sectors that have continued to deliver stable results amid the Covid-19 recession, analysts and investment advisors alike have urged for caution as some have feared a repeat of the 1995-2000 tech bubble that ultimately burst in 2002 when 80%...