|The Digger Quarterly 10/2019|
Safe deposit boxes:
Understanding the risks
The known unknowns of the next
A double-edged sword
|The Digger Quarterly 07/2019|
Interview with Ronald Stöferle
Adapting to the new normal
Silver: Setting the stage for a
|The Digger Quarterly 04/2019|
Modern Monetary Theory
Europe’s largest domino
The aftermath of the crypto-crash
|The Digger Quarterly 01/2019|
Citizenship by Investment
What to expect in the year ahead
Gold Refinery’s Bankruptcy reverberates
across U.S. Precious Metals Industry
|The Digger Quarterly 04/2018|
It’s Hard to Keep a Good Country Down
Central Bankers Running out of Road
|The Digger Quarterly 07/2018|
10 years into the US "War on Tax Evasion"
Europe: A Union coming apart at the seams
Five Principles of Protecting and Fostering Family Wealth
Stabilize your portfolio with gold
|BFI Infinity InSights | Q4 2019|
“Mid-Cycle Slowdown” after 10 years of growth?
Preparing for the next paradigm shift
|BFI Infinity InSights | Q3 2019|
A sharp reversal of expectations
Central Banks at a Crossroads
|BFI Infinity InSights | Q2 2019|
Despite concerns over issues such as Brexit or the trade negotiations between the U.S. and China, global equity markets had a surprisingly strong start to the year. Within just a few weeks, pretty much all the losses seen in 2018 were erased. This great reversal of fortune was something that probably not even the greatest optimists expected after the challenges of the last year. So, what are the reasons for this sharp recovery we’ve been seeing so far?
|BFI Infinity InSights | Q4 2018|
With 2018 almost behind us and 2019 already waiting in the wings, it is the perfect time to reflect
on the developments of the year that is coming to an end and to look ahead at what awaits us in the coming twelve months.
|BFI Infinity InSights | Q2 2018|
Happy Birthday Switzerland – 727 Years of Excellence
Key challenges and opportunities for investors
“America First”: Trade war casualties and ripple effects
Investing in Healthcare
|BFI Infinity InSights | Q1 2018|
The end of low volatility?
Investing in innovation
Are investors’ inflation fears justified?
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