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Vanguard Joins Morgan Stanley And Blackrock In Fight For The Next Big Thing In Investing: Direct Indexing

As wealth and asset management firms continue to raise the bar on what is offered to investors, direct indexing has emerged as the next frontier with some of finance's largest players making aggressive pushes into the space in order to offer further customization for high net worth clients.

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Mar 30, 2022

The Paradox Of $1 Million

How much is $1 million? It's a lot of money — more than the vast majority of people will ever accumulate. It's also not enough to make you rich. This paradox is a useful tool for educating younger generations about wealth.
Mar 29, 2022

Why Did Buffett Buy Occidental Petroleum Stock?

Berkshire now owns an over 14% stake in Occidental Petroleum worth approximately $7.7 billion. This would rank it as one of Buffett’s top ten publicly-traded holdings. Higher oil prices over the long term and the benefits of U.S. production would make this investment a long-term winner.
Mar 29, 2022

Will Family Offices Invest In The Metaverse?

While some call it web 3.0, others a virtual universe and some an unmissable investment opportunity, we unpick whether the world’s largest group of fluid investors will be investing in the Metaverse and what their involvement might look like.
Mar 27, 2022

The Bond Vigilantes Ride Again

The bond vigilantes have returned to hold the Fed’s feet to the fire to tighten policy in the face of the inflation threat. The yields on short-term bonds reflect aggressive rate hikes. Unless the price shocks derail the job market, odds should still favor higher yields on 10-year Treasury bonds.