I’ve heard many convincing perspectives on both sides of the current conflict in the Middle East, but the perspective seldom discussed in the West is the spiritual element. In a pro-Palestinian-oriented outlet for the Muslim Brotherhood that promotes pro-Hamas-related content, known as the Middle East Monitor, or Memo, I found a warning of a'red cow’.
The 'Greater Than' Auction Strategy Real estate agents are the psyop masters of the property market. They've honed this skill over countless open homes, acting as the market's maestro. Picture the "greater than" symbol knocked over on its side. At the top, you've got the vendor, filled with high hopes, often inflated by the
The Doors of Perception "In between the things that are known, and unknown, lie the doors of perception." Jim Morrison was often revered and feared in equal measure. In the world of financial markets, where varying perspectives may reveal hidden truths that govern our economic reality, there are other voices that may carry the knowledge
Our Financial World The majority of this podcast revolves around my journey to build wealth and my view of where the world is headed. We all deal with finances, be it through homeownership, banking, or investments. But without the proper tools, understanding your financial position can be daunting. Tools like Sharesight can be invaluable for
As an advisor, one of my job I genuinely enjoy is to learning international financial markets. The fall of the US dollar as the world's reserve currency is a topic that has recently caught my attention again, as it has from time to time. In this post, I'll explain what's causing this downturn, what it
The world of investing offers various styles and strategies to accommodate each investor's preferences, risk tolerance, and financial goals. Today, we'll dive into the fascinating realm of passive investing and contrast it with its more active counterpart. I've explored both passive and active investing strategies within my portfolio, and I encourage you to take a
Emerging markets, defined by MSCI as 46 countries including China, India, Southeast Asia, Latin America, and Africa, have largely been a disappointment for investors over the last 15 years, with negative returns. This is due in part to the traditional index being filled with state-owned enterprises, or government-owned banks and oil companies, which are often
For some, it's easy to become excited about investing in commercial property. After all, it feels like that's what 'normal' property investors do when they 'grow up'. Less hassles from a tenant (as long as you have one), more certainty with cashflow, strong capital gains, and often far better tax treatment. What's not to like?
What’s up with property? If it's munted, perhaps we should move on and think about different things. If it's just a little sick, well we know in all probability, it's likely going to get better. Maybe we should we prepare for the season in which property recovers? If you’re currently a home owner, with or