Speculative asset bubbles have been reported since Roman times. They doubtless go even further back, because they stem from an intrinsic flaw in human nature: we like to think that we are onto a winner - and when we are, we do not like to consider that...
The disruptive industries of robotics, automation and artificial intelligence have come to the fore over recent years, with headlines commonplace, including driverless cars reducing road accidents, intelligent fridges doing your shopping and robots increasing...
As equity valuations appear ever more stretched, and with rate rises in the US imminent and geopolitical concerns increasingly in focus, one hedge fund strategy in particular stands out as compelling.
As we approach Q4 2017, we believe commercial real estate should continue to see healthy operating fundamentals in most global markets amid solid economic growth, steady job creation, reasonable new supply levels, and monetary conditions that are likely...
An investment opportunity with unlimited upside potential, but with limited downside risk?
The healthcare sector has been under a black cloud since the US Presidential Election last year, driven by concerns over drug pricing.
How are films and investing connected?
Set to list in next two weeks
Many investors have come to rely on asset allocations modelled on the old economic order: decades of globalisation, falling inflation, slowing economic growth and declining interest rates.
Ageing population globally
Improvements in AI are pushing the boundaries
Proposed fiscal stimulus from Trump
Look for companies exploiting new technologies
Targeting a younger demographic
Large acquisitions due
Industry and manufacturing has been slow to develop compelling responses to the challenge of carbon emission reductions - until now, writes Seb Beloe, partner and head of research at WHEB Asset Management.
Minimal impact on alternative energy
On the radar of small-cap fund managers
Proxy for index-linked bonds
Diana Chambers, family wealth mentor and author of 'True Wealth', explains why financial emotional intelligence (EQ) is an essential trait for any wealth manager.
Essential part of the world economy
For most of the past decade, markets have operated in the shadow of geopolitical and macroeconomic storm clouds, writes Ken Wotton, manager of the Wood Street Microcap Investment fund.