In our previous newsletter, we informed you about the recalibration of our strategy following the war in Ukraine: international diversification, protection against inflation and active management. In fact, this meant a continuation of the strategy we had already embarked on in early 2020 when the corona crisis broke out, but with an even stronger conviction […]
How to protect the assets against inflation for an extended period and from the major economic consequences of the Russian invasion?
Exactly two years ago, we were all together in the first general lockdown of our lives. Business almost came to a standstill, and the expectations were that the economic damage would be incalculable. However, the rapid response of both governments (fiscal stimulus) and central bankers (monetary stimulus) ensured that confidence in financial markets was quickly […]
Given the current turbulence in the financial markets, we believe it is important to let you know how we are dealing with the effects of this event in our investments. It must have been a very unpleasant awakening for European political leaders. They completely misjudged the developments that led to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. […]
“Buy on the sound of cannons, sell on the sound of trumpets.” We owe this wise and winged investor’s phrase to the legendary financier Nathan Rothschild, who, according to tradition, made a fortune during the Napoleonic Wars. With the phrase, Rothschild is suggesting that the beginning of a war is a good time to buy […]
As usual, this period provides an opportunity to reflect on what has been another eventful year. The year 2021 was largely back in full swing, thanks to the various major efforts and decisions made worldwide. 2021 was also the year of confirmation of our investment strategy, which we had rolled out in the second quarter […]
How do we see the economic and financial situation today at the start of the last quarter of this year?
It seemed for a little while that the past quarter would be concluded in peace and quiet. In the past summer months, there was a low degree of volatility in the financial markets. Everything seemed to have been lulled to sleep by the central banks. But the collapse of China’s largest property developer, “Evergrande”, triggered […]