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Behavioural Bias: Investors ignore at their peril

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Even in an era of ubiquitous computing power STANLIB understands that building...

A market-pleasing MTBPS 2022

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Minister Godongwana’s fiscal prudence likely to reassure investors

FOMO Investing

26th Oct 2022

In this article we unpack two commonly-held assumptions: that one must be...

Global and local economies under pressure

20th Oct 2022

In this webinar STANLIB’s Chief Economist, Kevin Lings discusses the local and...

Global equities market volatility update

Offshore investing: Navigating a high inflation and low growth environment

19th Aug 2022

In this webinar, Michael Bell, Global Market Strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset...

Achieving net zero: The path to a carbon-neutral world

10th Aug 2022

To help ensure investors are well prepared, we look at the scale...

Why should an ordinary South African care about the possibility of SA being greylisted by the global AML/CFT watchdog in a few months’ time?

5th Aug 2022

The unwelcome news about the probability of SA being greylisted by the...

Taking stock of the SA and global economy

27th Jul 2022

In this webinar, STANLIB’s Chief Economist, Kevin Lings, reflected on local and...


The past year has seen the world move from ‘unprecedented times’ to ‘uncertain times’, which means we’re closing the year with new questions. Traditionally stable asset classes and investments are challenged by alternative options, geographies and thinking, leaving investors to ask: “Where to from here?”.

In this edition, we provide a deeper perspective on the potential in SA’s renewable energy, China’s growth potential, and the opportunities of emerging vs developed markets. We also answer some questions on cryptocurrency investments.

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