Archive for category: Investments
If you were to poll strangers on what comes to mind when they hear the term AI (artificial intelligence), the two most likely answers would be Skynet or ChatGPT. The history of AI tools is far older than ChatGPT, although less dramatic than its depiction in 1990s science fiction films. And from an investment standpoint, artificial intelligence pales in comparison to the informational content of the market’s AI— aggregate intelligence.... read more
It can be challenging to start a conversation about investing. That’s why I encourage having a conversation before the investing conversation—what I like to think of as a “preamble.” Connecting life principles to investment principles is a powerful way to ground abstract principles in reality, and to connect over universal experiences and feelings. It can also help make sense of investment concepts often dismissed as overly complex for those who aren’t familiar with them.... read more
Warren Buffet, arguably the world’s most successful investor, has long championed the 'buy-and-hold' investment strategy on quality stocks. It's a philosophy many aspire to, but history has shown that rarely do we have the patience.... read more
One of the world’s leading investors and philanthropist, Warren Buffet once said "A very rich person should leave his kids enough to do anything, but not enough to do nothing”.
It’s only natural that every parent, regardless of their financial position, wants the best for their children. So if you’re in a position to invest money specifically for your children’s future, you should consider your options carefully – just as you would if you were investing for yourself.... read more