Three years ago in September of 2008, I wrote an article on Wealth Protection. It was a general overview of how to keep your money as safe as possible in the uncertain economic times during the banking crisis of 2008. I’m saddened to report that the world economy and the world of forex doesn’t seem to have settled down and looks even more dangerous than it was back in 2008. Let’s check up and see how things are going.
When it comes to asset allocation and changing the composition of an investment portfolio, investors are always left with one major question: which new instruments to add? We recommend pay attention to these 5 investment instruments, which can increase your portfolio profitability and improve its performance in 2018
A commodity refers to a good or a product that is produced to satisfy certain needs. Commodities are usually traded in the international markets and are known to be fungible; that is, they are considered to be equivalent regardless of where they are produced. For example, an ounce of gold produced in South Africa will be equivalent in value to an ounce of gold produced in Australia.
If there was one thing the world’s retirement industry didn’t need now, it was the CoronaVirus. The $30 trillion monolith had already been collapsing under its own weight of advancing medical services and technology and increased longevity, on one hand, lower birth rates and a breakdown of nuclear family support on the other.