January is typically a month when portfolio managers and advisers have their heads down completing year-end reviews and providing thoughts for the year ahead.
As we head into a new decade, the potential and increasing application of artificial intelligence (AI) to assist with investment decision-making and improve the accuracy of our investment choices continues to receive a lot of attention.
My fascination with financial markets has recently peaked to a level I last experienced around the late 1990s “dot-com” craze. Share on linkedin Share on facebook
The inversion of the US yield curve has recently sparked debate across the investment industry of a looming recession. History has shown us that recessions post-World
In recent years, the South African economy has not grown at the pace needed to create jobs. At the same time, public finances have been constrained,
Research into the provision of affordable housing indicates that home ownership not only provides important welfare and social benefits, but is also an important opportunity for
As a young professional entering the world of investment banking, specifically credit risk, I soon found myself well-versed in the acronyms that many young risk professionals
In the global asset management industry, emerging market debt has been one of the fastest-growing asset classes in terms of issuance and assets under management. Share
US economic recovery is entering its tenth year, yet the historical laws of economics don’t appear to be applying. Share on linkedin Share on facebook Share
South African investors should maintain their existing exposure to local bonds but do so with some level of caution until there is greater economic clarity after
Investors are eager to move their funds offshore after the recent rand weakening. But it is easy to ignore the flexibility offered by a South African
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