30 October 2019

Why Isn’t More of My Money in Low-Cost ETFs?

There is a conflict of interests between investors using ETFs and their service provider, says Jason Hsu, Chairman and CIO of institutional investment manager, Rayliant Global Advisors, and private client investment manager, Henderson Rowe.
17 October 2019

Quarterly Commentary Autumn 2019

Brexit, HK, Middle East, Trade Wars: Markets are being better behaved than the politicians.
22 July 2019

Quarterly Commentary Summer 2019

More than the weather is heating up. The EU’s threat to Swiss independence makes China’s view on Hong Kong look benign, while Iran’s militarized response to US pressure and the US-China Trade War are moving even Brexit off the front page. The US bull market is now at an all-time high.
19 May 2019

Quarterly Commentary Spring 2019

The Fed Chair, Jerome Powell, was expected to be more pragmatic than his predecessors Janet Yellen and Ben Bernanke. He was leading the way by delivering four rate hikes in his eleven-month tenure. Enter the December 2018 sell-off.