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Where is the journey on the markets heading? Every quarter we discuss the outlook for equities, bonds, commodities, currencies and the world economy.

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Corona – do what?

This blog post raises questions about what could be done to minimize the health, economic and emotional damage caused by the COVID-19 virus. You will also learn what pandemics could have to do with space travel and why exploring foreign planets and tracking down “extraterrestrial life”…

Coronavirus as a catalyst for change

The event described by Nassim Taleb as the “Black Swan” has occurred. Since February 24, 2020, the main stock markets have almost lost last year’s profits. The reason for this was and still is the outbreak of the coronavirus (Sars-CoV-2, COVID-19). Although the coronavirus is a…

Careful share purchase, negligent sale

The old stock market saying “cut your losses and let your profits run” is also understandable to the layman and needs to be proven neither empirically nor theoretically. Nevertheless, stock portfolio managers have difficulties in following this guiding principle and its implementation…