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13:58

Opinion

Investor's Guide

ANDREW J. LINN

There is no country where restaurants are not falling like nine pins, so it is not rocket science to predict that no new ones are likely to open in the foreseeable future. Traditionally most restaurant projects have relied on private investment. No b

16:05

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 ... business. Having already expended the intellectual capital that caused you to buy, why would you not wish to own more, if you have the means? An investor who does not have conviction of ownership will not be capable of using volatility to their advantage or ... short-run, the market is a voting machine [reflecting price]. Yet, in the long-run, it is a weighing machine [reflecting value]." In today's market, we must either be contrarians or we will become victims. Safe havens are created by the investor, not by the

14:39

Local

Business communities discuss the challenges of Brexit and the new normal

EFE

...opportunities in the 'new normal'. BCC Vice-President for Andalucía Derek Langley opened the event, stating that despite Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic, the UK is still the biggest investor in Spain. So far this year investment in this country from the UK

18:16

Local

Fifty-metre big wheel planned for San Pedro boulevard

Héctor Barbotta

Councillors in Marbella have set in motion the tender process for a concession to install and operate a 50-metre-high ferris wheel in San Pedro Alcántara. The move comes after a private firm submitted a project for the attraction that would involve

13:40

Opinion

The place of gold in an investor's portfolio

JEREMY BLATCH

...portfolio. For example, the price of Gold moves inversely to the USD and acts as a hedge against inflation. In a time of excessive government indebtedness, erratic investor behaviour and a highly leveraged credit market as a result of the cheapest money for

21:39

Local

Four new boutique hotel projects to transform the Marbella old town's tourist offering

Héctor Barbotta

Despite the uncertainty shrouding the imminent high season, new hotel projects have not come to a standstill in Marbella. A Swiss private investor has just acquired four boutique hotel projects located in the old town, all with the aim of attracting ... gastronomy, rather than nightlife. The four properties belonged to a Swiss investment fund and were recently acquired by an individual investor. However, the vision and management of the construction is being carried out by the Rhone company, specialists in

11:07

Local

Swede held over investor con warrant

SUR.

A 50-year-old Swedish national has been held by National Police in Fuengirola on a Euro arrest warrant. He is wanted in his home country in connection with a fraud in which he is alleged to have tricked investment clients out of their money. Accord

17:06

Opinion

Protecting wealth while looking after health

JEREMY BLATCH

...term? The most important decision you make as an investor is about time preference. For how long can you reasonably tie up your capital? The longer the time preference over which the capital may be invested, the greater the potential for growth and

13:59

Opinion

Gold: a hedge for all seasons

JEREMY BLATCH

...the gold standard in 1971, gold has gained 3,000 per cent. Gold ETFs (exchange-traded funds) give the investor an exposure to the gold price, but unlike physical bullion, investors in ETFs may find themselves as unsecured creditors to a counterparty

13:51

Opinion

Barely credible

Mark Nayler

...a prospectus written for the ordinary investor should have presented information about the bank's finances clearly and accurately. Why, then, is there disagreement about the extent to which it corresponded with the actual state of Bankia's balance