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July 12, 2019

The wealth of the world’s richest people, often leaders of legacy business families, has been hit the hardest by global economic turbulence to the tune of $2 trillion—the first downturn in seven years.

The wealth of the world’s richest people, often leaders of legacy business families, has been hit the hardest by global economic turbulence to the tune of $2 trillion—the first downturn in seven years.

The wealth of ultra-high net worth individuals (UHNWI), who represent the richest 1% of the world’s high net worth individual (HNWI) population, accounted for 75% of the total global wealth decline, according to the new World Wealth Report 2019 released this week.

February 25, 2013

Equity purchases made under duress produce a joyless stock market rally, where people are desperate to preserve their wealth, rather than cheer on recovery.

Six years ago, Zimbabwean shares were enjoying one of the greatest rallies the world has ever seen.

In the year to April 2007, the local stock market was up 12,000% as investors rushed to invest.

President Robert Mugabe was leading the country towards bankruptcy, after letting his war veterans seize farms owned by white farmers. Agriculture was in a state of collapse. Roads were crumbling. The rate of unemployment was 80%. Industry was bankrupt. Yet stocks defied reality.

November 1, 2004

Entrepreneurs want to know why they should invest in the stock market and, if so, what are the options that are going to maintain the real value of their capital. Tim Cotton asks, will alternative investment provide the answer?

Tim Cotton is a personal finance and investment adviser for Grant Thornton.

Entrepreneurs want to know why they should invest in the stock market and, if so, what are the options that are going to maintain the real value of their capital. Tim Cotton asks, will alternative investment provide the answer?

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