Below are all Insights listed by Time of publication (excludes Bond Guides – see Portfolio Protection section)
Depending on whether you are saving for retirement or have retired already certain Bond ETFs may be more suitable than others.
Treasuries stabilize your portfolio. Once retired, you may think of earning additional income from Corporates.
Bond ETFs should match your time horizon and fit into your wider portfolio.
The Sunday Ride #4 – Best first half for global stock market in nearly four decades, and the seventh best of the past century.
This year may see greater net Equity inflows than the preceding 20 years combined (!)
In June’21, Morocco reopened after having contained most of the pandemic in an exemplary manner.
Here are the 6 things that I got used to and that I will dearly miss.
And a teaser of what awaits, should you choose Morocco as your next destination!
The Sunday Ride #3 – May’21.
Chris Cole from Artemis presented his research on long term Dragon portfolio.
Real Returns dives into arguments against ESG Investing.
There are ways of cutting your taxes when investing in the S&P 500.
As a European or UK Investor you would have to slightly adjust the way to construct a typical two/three or four fund Portfolio using UCITS ETFs
Over the past decade, and following complex financial engineering that partially caused the Great Financial Crisis in 2008, synthetic ETFs had bad press.
However, there are reasons, why you may consider them in your portfolio.
Here is how to choose a safe synthetic ETF.
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To reduce the withholding tax, a global investor must choose an ETF domicile that has an advantageous tax treaty with the US, since US Equities have a weight of over 50% in global Equity Funds.
For European Investors, this domicile is Ireland with a 15% US withholding tax on US dividends.