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Management quality is one of the most important elements in choosing an investment; management is incentivized to hit the target and increase long-term earnings, in reality, this does not necessarily mean long-term value would be created. The first step in any successful public equity investment strategy is to determine whether reported earnings are trustworthy. Benford’s […]
The 2013 World Wealth Report was released earlier this summer. Here are some of the highlights: Investor confidence in the wealth management industry has improved, and the level of trust in wealth managers has risen slightly compared to the previous year. In 2012, one million individuals joined the world HNWIs club, which stood at 12 […]
Crude Oil Oil has been the driver of industrialization and modernization. Over the past 30 years, daily oil consumption has risen by over 30 million barrels. Asia has accounted for more than half of this growth in demand, which would climb considerably as its automobile industry expands. On the supply side of crude oil, one […]
Technical analysis is popular among commodities managers since they tend to be short-term traders. They look for temporary profit opportunities – futures contracts usually have short expiration periods. Technical analysis can generally be boiled down into charts/patterns, and indicators. Patterns are like head and shoulders, rectangles, and island reversals; indicators, on the other hand, are […]