In Australia, the regulatory authority has played an important role for the emergence of digital advice (also known as ‘robo-advice‘ or ‘automated advice’).
As the world is becoming more prosperous, the future of wealth management is bright. The size of the industry in many part of the world will grow at a healthy pace.
I come across this question often. Below is my response.
Check out the historical LIBOR, an inter-banking rate. It is a prominent benchmark for short-term interest rates around the world.
Gold ETF Report: 2017 saw a positive net inflow of US$93 billion into gold-backed ETFs globally. Investor confidence in gold seems to be increasing again.
This is a common question asked by many young people who have just started their journey to save for their future. If you have this question, then I am glad that you intend to invest for the long term. I am also glad that you are open to seeking the help of an expert to help you make your investments.