Even a fleeting glance back through the past 100 years of economic history will show you the cyclical nature of most of the world’s financial markets. Peaks and troughs are inevitable and there can be no denying that right now commodities investments are taking a hit. A heavy one, too.
Manhattan real estate prices have soared in recent months with the average price of an apartment in the sector reaching a record high of $1.9 million in May, no doubt delighting investors. The latest research data from City Realty showed the total value of sales in the district was unchanged
Impact investing might be an alternative investment vehicle that carries the baggages of social or moral motives, but they can still match other forms of investment. This is the view of Hannah Schiff, senior research associate at the Global Impact Investing Network. Speaking to GreenBiz, she said: “The data shows
No form of alternative investment is totally free from external influences, but right now art is looking like an interesting option to consider when it comes to finding a safe vehicle to put your money into. The global financial crisis brought many of the world’s markets to its knees –