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Local

Human remains found at what may be the first dolmen of Antequera

ANTONIO J. GUERRERO

...that this site is possibly older than the Menga dolmen, which is thought to have been built around 6,000 years ago. And it may have been bigger and used for more purposes, as well as a burial ground, including a possible settlement. The site was

15:21

Opinion

Is there a safe haven for investors in these uncertain times?

JEREMY BLATCH

The term "safe haven" has always been part of the investor's vocabulary, taking on special significance in times of increased uncertainty. The attributes of a safe haven asset lie more with the investor than with any opportunity in the market. It

16:24

Opinion

Is this time different?

JEREMY BLATCH jb@ehh.gi

Hailed by Barron's as the dean of global investing and one of the most successful investors in history, the late Sir John Templeton stated that "this time is different" are "among the four most costly words in the annals of investing". Before emer

12:56

Opinion

When a soft touch is anything but

JEREMY BLATCH

A 'soft touch' conjures up thoughts of someone who is easy prey, gullible and vulnerable to theft. In the context of financial services, a light touch regulation speaks of a more flexible and relaxed approach to regulatory oversight. For many years i

22:12

Opinion

Don't become a victim of market volatility

JEREMY BLATCH JB@ehh.gi

In March 1933, at what turned out to be the peak of the Great Depression, President Franklin Roosevelt gave the famous rallying cry to America that "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself". Today fear has again gripped investors, and we have w

13:31

Opinion

REITs - an alternative to 'bricks and mortar'

JEREMY BLATCH

After purchasing a residential home many investors allocate investment capital to real estate in varying degrees, relative to their overall total net worth. Return on capital comes from rental income and capital appreciation. This places real estate,

13:40

Opinion

The place of gold in an investor's portfolio

JEREMY BLATCH

What image do we conjure up when we think of Gold? Elegance, beauty, wealth, risk, insurance, or just another shiny metal? But do we think of Gold as money? Money must be a store of value, a medium of exchange and a unit of account. The function of m

21:02

Opinion

The importance of liquidity when investing in capital markets

JEREMY BLATCH

Hard on the heels of the ill-fated UK equity mutual fund managed by Neil Woodford, a real estate fund from the giant UK fund group MG has also faced problems as investors rushed for the exit fearing to redeem shares. Last week, fund managers at Stand

13:15

Opinion

Will bonds really protect you in a crisis?

JEREMY BLATCH

It is a tenet of modern portfolio theory to allocate capital in a balanced portfolio to low-risk fixed-interest securities (bonds) to protect against exposure to more risky growth assets like equities. Some suggest as a rule of thumb to allocate capi

14:23

Opinion

Learning by doing

JEREMY BLATCH

Actions lead to consequences and, whether intended or unintended, results are real. When the then UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown called a meeting of the G20 on November 15th 2008 in London, the world was the closest it had been at any time in history