2023's been a turbulent one in the digital asset space, but why should you care if you're not into crypto? Because what happens in the open with blockchain may occasionally happen in the shadows with traditional finance. Also, regardless of how you feel about it and considering the most likely scenarios: This is the future.
The following article is speculating on the future, shouldn't be taken too seriously, and definitely shouldn't be considered 'advice' or guidance in any way. Part One Global events may cause us to save more, and that’s bad. From March 2020 until now, a shockwave launched in uncertainty has advanced almost everything already in motion. In
First up... Let's be clear, that in the context of investment vernacular, risk is often confused with the word 'volatility'. Risk implies the probability of complete loss, whereas volatility refers to the fact your investment can fluctuate in value in the short term. Gambling lends itself to the word 'risk', which some types of investments
Tech Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye There's been so much news to catch up on this year that I recently caught up with Rupert Carlyon to compare notes. Let's start with Apple. New iPhone, same old story. Honestly, how "new" can it get? Not to mention, we're looking at their fourth quarter of negative
The landscape of asset management is evolving rapidly, with traditional custodians facing new challenges and opportunities brought on by advancements in technology. Visionary technologist, advisor, and investor Paul Salisbury, founder of Everlasting, is at the forefront of this shift, providing innovative custodial solutions that leverage blockchain technology. As the world moves towards a digital future,
I've been diving into a lot lately quirky topics lately in my spare time, from personal finance basics to exploring the new AI tools soon to change the world. As it relates to investing, one struggle I've faced is balancing academic, practical, and future perspectives in investing and finance. Traditional finance, centralised around banks, hedge
Imagine someone comes up to you with a challenge: I’ll give you a life of fame and everything you want, so long as you can make $32b vanish. My favorite Richard Pryor movie in 1985 was Brewsters Milllions. A minor league baseball player Brewster, who stood to inherit $300m if he successfully fulfils a condition