💡Update: Sam Altman has returned to OpenAI as CEO, a dramatic reversal following the sudden dismissal. This goes to show how quickly things can change. In the fast-paced world of artificial intelligence, Microsoft garnered attention with its strategic hiring of Sam Altman and Greg Brockman, the former leaders of OpenAI.
Rates are high; should I just be invested in cash and bonds? Should I worry about inflation? Lately, many of our clients have been asking about advice they've received to go all-in on bonds and cash, given the current market situation where interest rates have now stabilized at high levels.
Over the past year, financial news has been dominated by negative sentiment, particularly when it comes to earnings. No doubt, corporate earnings stand as the best barometer for company valuations (and hence, equity market performance). Below is an excellent chart portraying just how strong this correlation is, showing how the
Navigating the US Debt Ceiling Maze With so much happening in the news recently, you might have missed some important updates on the US debt ceiling. Rest assured, our goal is to bring you up to speed on the matter, share our expert analysis, and dive into why it matters
Market shakeup Market performance in 2022 has shaken up conventional investing practices, with media outlets particularly curious about the future of the 60/40 portfolio. To provide some context, a 60/40 portfolio is simply where an investor holds about 60% in equities and 40% in bonds (although these figures
Overview We have received numerous questions from investors about the news of the USD potentially losing its reserve currency status due to emerging market economies agreeing to transact directly without the dollar intermediary. Therefore, we share a few reasons why you should not worry about this. Global Currency Share Firstly,
AT1 Bonds At some point these last two weeks, you’ve likely stumbled across some tumultuous economic news surrounding bank failures. We wanted to share some crucial insights regarding the recent default of the Credit Suisse AT1 CoCo Bonds and its implications for regional wealth management. Over the past few