One of our core philosophies at Southern Charter is, “how far you go depends on who goes with you”.
The surprising market strength that we saw following Trump's election and his campaign promises is starting to dissipate.
Following a fast-paced, enlightening and fulfilling three days, my experience came to a close with a detailed and in-depth analysis of the global macro-environment – with a particular focus on the USA - by Abby Joseph Cohen.
One of the most valuable things about the CFA conference is the depth and variety of the speakers that lead the conference every year.
One of the talks I’d been most looking forward to at this year’s CFA Conference was John C. Bogle, Founder of the Vanguard Group and one of the most prolific practitioners at this year’s event exploring “A New Era for Finance and Financial Markets”.
After Thaler’s much-anticipated and enlightening introduction to Behavioural Economics, we next gained some more technical investment wisdom from two masters, Dr Robert Shiller and Jeremy J. Siegel.
Sunday’s keynote address, Richard Thaler’s talk on “Choice architecture in financial decision making”, was among the most widely anticipated of the CFA conference this year.
The annual CFA Conference is the foremost meeting of minds from the financial services, wealth management, economics and investment industries in the world.
After 92 days at sea, 7 761 kilometres traversed, over 2.3 million oar strokes, and one truly record breaking feat, Braam Malherbe and Wayne Robertson have arrived in Rio!