Why financial planning is a priority for BN(O)s and those moving to the UK

If you’re one of the many British National (Overseas) citizens considering moving from Hong Kong to the UK, organising your financial affairs should be at the top of your to-do list. According to a report by The Daily Telegraph, the UK Home Office...

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How to control psychological biases in uncertain times

The year 2020 has tested the mettle of even the most experienced investors. A global pandemic, hotly contested US election, and the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union have sent judders through stock markets around the world. For investors,...

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Yellow Metal – Green Lights?

Gold has outshone most other investments in 2020, having broken through to new all-time highs in July, surpassing levels last reached nearly 10 years ago.  Year to date the bullion price has increased by 27%, trumping all broad equity markets and...

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Passive Strategies

Passive strategies have popularised the latest innovation in pooled investment structures: the Exchange Traded Fund (ETF). This hybrid structure includes features of both listed investment companies, whose shares can be traded throughout the day...

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Time in the market

Amidst the recent political and market uncertainty it is all too easy to lose sight of the importance of investing for your long term financial wellness. Sophisticated investors are well versed with the “time in the market not timing the...

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Red October

Market performance has been uncharacteristically painful this month. The narrative finally seems to have changed in the US market having manifested itself in markets outside of the US earlier this year, as exemplified by the performance differential...

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