Today, we will take a look at how the European property sector is performing on the stock markets. An opinion you will frequently hear is that property offers some good diversification options in periods of uncertainty or difficulty on the stock markets. It is regarded as a physical asset that delivers predictable income – monthly rents. But is that really the case?
You have certainly heard this stock market adage before: 'Sell in May and go away'. This persistent 'advice' tells us that the stock market doesn't really do much between May and October. During these months, investors would therefore do better by stepping aside for a while. But is this a successful strategy, statistically speaking?
A new week, a new update. In this week's article, we will discuss a few charts. By taking a very close look at them, we will be able to draw a few conclusions about which direction the stock exchanges are heading in. They appear to be going up, but some caution is needed in this interpretation.
If you don't chuck rubbish on the street, that's good. If you don't chuck rubbish on the street and sometimes pick waste up off the pavement, that's even better. The same applies to your investments. Sustainable investments are a good thing, but opting for impact investing is a great option if you want to make a bigger difference for a better world.
Sustainable travel, sustainable cooking, sustainable cooperation... Nowadays, sustainability is a buzzword that everyone likes to use at every opportunity. Luckily, there is greater consensus among investors when it comes to sustainability. Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) is the standard used for sustainable investments. But what exactly does ESG involve?