Investment Update for Mid-Year 2020 If you look back on my investment outlook at the start of 2020 it’s easy to see how worried I was with the structural instability and potential negative impact of central bank involvement in the markets. As noted, I had been waiting for a long overdue market move lower and …
Here I share and explore my personal portfolio experiments and investment results. Some of these are built on my professional experience in the financial securities and banking industry. But I also try hard to resist default thinking and traditional assumptions around investment and wealth building strategies.
If my investment outlook and views aren’t changing, then I’ve stopped learning (or thinking).
Standards and the general consensus are important to understand but, as market structure (and the world) rapidly changes, they can also be limiting beliefs for people at all ages and stages of life.
As industries, markets and technologies evolve, people continue to benefit from reduced costs and personal empowerment. How we best leverage educational and financial tools and assets (of all kinds) is essential to future security.
But it also empowers individuals to have an ever-greater impact and contribute to positive outcomes, both locally and globally. These are some of the ideas and motivations that inform my investment decisions.
Whatever views I happen to hold about some sector or stage of the market cycle, however, is most definitely subject to change. And there’s a good chance it will by the next published update. If my investment outlook and views aren’t changing, then I’ve stopped learning (or thinking).
Investment Outlook — Global Markets & the Economic Opioid Crisis: Recovery or Relapse? MY 2020 OUTLOOK In recent years, I have shared my outlook on the business, market and investment landscape but typically did so only with close colleagues and business associates. I’m going to start sharing more of my investment perspectives going forward. This …