How embarrassing it all is. As global leaders meet in Glasgow for Boris Johnson’s propaganda-fest to encourage governments to commit themselves to absurdly ambitious net zero emission targets – without explaining how they will achieve them ...
There are good reasons why investors should feel nervous about the immediate future. Although the world economy as a whole has recovered to where it was before the pandemic, many parts of it have been seriously damaged.
Retirement is a dangerous time. Much of your income is completely out of your control, determined by the state (your statutory pension), or by the contractual terms of your private pension. If things go very wrong because of huge unexpected expense such as medical, family crisis (you need to support a son or daughter), or a financial disaster, you’re very unlikely to be able to rebuild lost capital.
Do you wonder if it’s time to take the plunge and buy property in another country, especially if you’re an expat already living there?
In this issue: Investment risk, World economy bounce-back, Central bank policies, Commodities, Interest rates, Protecting wealth during war, Switzerland, China’s dangerous research, Canada.
In this issue: Inflation, Precious metals, Asian small caps, Global taxes, Australia, Switzerland, China’s dangerous research, Canada, Moonshots