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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

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

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

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

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

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

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