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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

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

16:06

Opinion

When a soft touch is anything but

JEREMY BLATCH

...inflated and swallowed up in trading. Over time, this 'market impact cost' will reduce the performance of a portfolio. Deliberate lack of transparency makes it difficult for the investor to accurately obtain true costs. The investors must dig for the

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

15:20

Local

Marbella's pandemic past is uncovered

Héctor Barbotta

...popular in the early days of tourism in Marbella but has been abandoned for years. Now, however, a foreign investor has acquired the building and wants to convert it into a boutique hotel. The remains which have come to light are from three buildings below

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

22:13

Opinion

Spending spree

Mark Nayler

...have been snatched out of thin air, takes into account investor caution in the post-Covid financial world. The Socialist leader's proposed approach is not the only one available to governments faced with vulnerable or tanking economies. Mariano

17:05

Opinion

Stock market history, the investor's friend

JEREMY BLATCH

"History may not repeat itself, but it rhymes." Mark Twain. During October investors in stock and bond markets around the world saw declines in their portfolios, therefore a look at market history may be useful. So far this year, the US stock marke

22:12

Opinion

Don't become a victim of market volatility

JEREMY BLATCH JB@ehh.gi

...place, however, dollar cost averaging into the market with discipline will reap rewards, provided that the investor invests into a broad index which itself is part of a well-thought-out and diversified strategy. It makes no sense from an investment ... standpoint to hide in a money market fund or cash deposit. Money market funds have their place in any investor's portfolio, but not if you are a saver or are funding retirement at a time when practically everything is on sale. Deciding where and how to

10:14

LifeStyle

The best of Ibiza and Las Vegas in Puerto Banús

Nieves Castro MARBELLA

Clients who attended the launch of Teatro Marbella last weekend discovered when they passed through the heavy curtains into the restaurant that they were about to enjoy, not only a delicious meal at the elegantly decorated tables, but also an amazing

18:19

Local

Club Med to reopen Marbella's landmark Don Miguel Hotel in 2019

Mónica Pérez MARBELLA

One of Marbella’s original hotels from the 1970s is set for a 70-million renovation after being closed for over ten years. The Hotel Don Miguel, behind the resort’s old town near the bus station, is set to reopen in 2019 after Arab investors, who b

13:15

Opinion

Will bonds really protect you in a crisis?

JEREMY BLATCH

...asset) and the idea is that allocating capital to bonds will protect the investor against market turmoil or financial crisis. But is this really true? Is it really sensible to assume that an allocation to bonds will hold steady when markets decline ... bonds is: a) the immediate cause of the stock market decline; and b) the types of bonds held by the investor. Morningstar data for the vicious 2008 market decline shows that during the period when the US equity market fell most sharply, the high yield ... investment-grade debt would not have protected the investor, but would have increased the loss. In contrast, US Treasury bond prices rose substantially when equities declined. Investors sought a safe haven from the chaos pushing up prices and allowing holders of

21:02

Opinion

The importance of liquidity when investing in capital markets

JEREMY BLATCH

The MG investment group's real estate fund also recently had difficulty selling underlying assets in order to realise cash to cover investor redemptions, because investors holding UK real estate investments were nervous in the run-up to the UK general ... balance sheets for very long. Investors wishing to invest in real estate in the capital markets should consider investing in a closed end fund. Whilst the investor is unable to redeem shares, he avoids the risk of the manager mismanaging liquidity and

13:31

Opinion

REITs - an alternative to 'bricks and mortar'

JEREMY BLATCH

...taxed, to the holders of the security who take responsibility for the tax liability if any. With its inflation-sensitive nature, real estate provides a powerful diversification to investor portfolios. Careful investors pay close attention to fee

16:16

Opinion

Ethics or profits

JEREMY BLATCH

...company, reveal that information relating to a manager's past performance is at best misleading and at worst hazardous to an investor's wealth! To show fund performance in the best light possible, investment companies cleverly report figures on a 'Time ... Weighted Basis', which does not show the actual experience an investor receives for capital invested over a specific period of time. Investors examining published figures for top performing technology funds over the six-year period from 1997 to 2002, at the ... height of the technology boom and bust, would have seen an average return on +1.5% over that period. A superficial look at these time-linked results masks serious investor losses! Studies from Yale University and Morningstar Research of investor flows

16:05

What to do

Learn how to get extra income from your investments

sur in english

...not you are retired, for many investors coupon rates and dividends can be an important and welcome addition to their income. How do you select good dividend shares? What sort of dividend should you expect as an ETF investor? During the seminar,

12:04

Local

UK Ambassador meets head of the Junta de Andalucía

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

...strong. Britain is the region's fourth most important international export market and the UK is the largest direct investor in Andalucía, as well as the biggest single market for tourists. The UK Ambassador stated that if there is a negotiated agreement

14:14

Opinion

Things are seldom what they seem

JEREMY BLATCH

As an investor and wealth manager, I increasingly hear from investors and advisors alike that they 'fancy' or 'like' a specific country to invest in. Over recent years, the huge growth in capital in emerging growth economies in Asia and Latin ... this paradox. However, two observations should provide some clarity. First, in a strategy of buying the shares of countries that are advancing economically, the investor is actually buying companies that are on average becoming less risky, and hence

12:10

Opinion

Do you get what you pay for?

JEREMY BLATCH

An investment advisor may have a more specific remit, for example management of a portfolio of securities or a fund, but not a global remit for all the other financial and non-financial investments held by the investor. The fees charged and the ... costs incurred vary widely, dependent on what the advisor is mandated to advise on. Whatever the mandate, the investor should remember that it is them not the advisor who is providing 100% of the capital and it is the investor not the advisor who is ... taking 100% of the risk on the capital. Reputational risk pales in comparison to loss of irreplaceable capital. Reflecting on our discussion, I am reminded of what Benjamin Graham, the celebrated investor and analyst said in his classic The Intelligent

15:51

Opinion

Not every index fund is created equal

JEREMY BLATCH

As with any new product that has a significant impact on financial markets the introduction of the mutual fund in 1924 gave the small investor access to invest in the stock market and changed the face of investing forever. This opened up a business ... Wells Fargo Equity Index Fund which grew to $232,100. All index funds are not created equal. The wise investor will select only from broad based index funds with deep pools of liquidity at a very low cost with no initial subscription charge and with a

17:38

Opinion

John Bogle - Visionary or agent provocateur

JEREMY BLATCH

The passing of the legendary investor John (Jack) Bogle recently at the age of 89 has stirred many writers in financial and nonfinancial papers to comment on his extraordinary achievements. His vision as a young man, following a thesis for his ... investor's return on capital. Where a duty of fiduciary care meets profitability, profitability always wins. His first index fund in 1976 (now the Vanguard group) was a disaster. The fund was called "Bogle's Folly" by the industry as he was mocked and ... visionary and "agent provocateur" who shook up a self-serving rapacious investment industry, tirelessly championing the cause of the average investor. His vision and courage to shake the established order for what he passionately believed in has benefited

15:03

Opinion

Not-for profit fund management

JEREMY BLATCH

...time. Sensible investors recognise that their interests are seldom aligned with the manager of an investment fund whose priority is to achieve the best return for the shareholder of the management company at the expense of the investor. In this conflict ... between motive for profit and fiduciary responsibility to the investor, profit will always win. However there are not-for-profit (NFP) US Mutual Fund companies that align investors' interests with their own. The Vanguard Investment Management Company, ... substantially. When evaluating an NFP investment manager, investors have the comfort of knowing that their interests are aligned with those of the management company. For-profit managers' interests are not aligned with the investor. Investors face a daunting

10:38

Local

Brexit isn't diminishing the UK's commitment to investing in Spain

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

"post-Brexit" investor as "Spain is a country of opportunities for British companies". The United Kingdom represented more than 15 per cent of the total stock of direct foreign investment in the Spanish economy in 2017 (56.9 billion euros). This figure is 2.4

13:26

Local

Town hall tries to keep sports centre open

Iván Gelibter

Club Polideportivo Mijas will not receive a grant this year in order to run the Las Lagunas sports centre after Mijas town hall said they were unhappy with the way the club spent the funds in 2015. As a result, the town hall is now looking for priv

19:16

National

PM talks business and human rights on tour of Latin America

SUR

The prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, began a five-day visit to Latin America on Monday. In the tour he has been meeting with the leaders of Chile, Bolivia, Colombia and Costa Rica. Spain is a key investor in Latin America and the visit is also

14:20

Local

British investment strong despite Brexit

SUR Finance

The strength of foreign investment in Spain was made clear on Tuesday at the event organised by CaixaBank for members of the British Chamber of Commerce. The regional director of CaixaBank in western Andalucía, Juan Ignacio Zafra, stressed that prope

15:26

Opinion

Passionate about property

JEREMY BLATCH

investor's portfolio. There are many ways to invest. Property funds and private partnerships are expensive, designed to make money for the provider not the investor. Owning an Index of Real Estate Investments Trust (REITs) provides liquidity and

11:50

National

More for less

JEREMY BLATCH finance

...manager to achieve consistently a return that will outperform the market. For those who say “Don’t confuse me with the facts,” here are three: First, an investor puts up 100% of the capital and takes 100% of the risk; second, 84% of all active fund ... average investor can outperform 84% of all active managers. Effective allocation of capital to diversify risk and control costs is, without a doubt, the key to investment success. The rest is just speculation. The gravy train, which has fed investment

16:15

Local

Unicaja debuts on the stock market at 1.10 euros per share

JOSÉ VICENTE ASTORGA

Unicaja Banco became the first Malaga-based firm to list on the Spanish stock exchange on Friday. Company shares were to start trading at 1.10 euros each before the market took over to set the price level. The share launch values the company at 1.7 b

14:31

Opinion

Stocks for the long run

JEREMY BLATCH

Unlike a bond or cash, a business can grow and can transfer a return on capital via a rise in the share price to the investor through growth of earnings, payment of a dividend and an estimation at what a dollar or euro worth of earnings today will be

14:39

Local

Five operators lead the province's supermarket sector

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

Borja de la Cierva. It is owned by different shareholders, including LetterOne, whose VTO for the chain has been accepted by 57.41 per cent of the shares. Via this route, the company is controlled by Russian investor Mikhail Fridman, who now has 69.76

13:36

Local

Nerja's 'mini El Corté Inglés' to close after 68 years of trading

Eugenio Cabezas

...is "postcards from photos of Nerja that my father took." The shop has also provided wedding lists for brides and grooms as well as offering packages which included photographs with albums. The premises already has a buyer; an investor from

11:43

Local

An avalanche of similar cases could cost the government billions

SUR madrid

Ciadi’s decision could start an avalanche of similar claims by investors who believe they have been negatively affected by the government’s reform of the energy sector. This arbitration organisation already has 26 other cases to consider, and althoug

15:54

Opinion

All that glitters is not gold

JEREMY BLATCH

...crisis. As a portfolio diversifier and insurance against unexpected market and geopolitical risk, heightened today with the risk of cyber-attacks, gold does not have an equal. How much and how an investor should hold gold is another question? Investors ... would do well to remember that market risk cannot be avoided, it must be managed. The market can stay irrational longer than an investor can remain solvent. The comments and observations by the author are a reflection of his opinion and do not