The Future of Value Investing Beyond Buffett

The State of Asset management  There was an evident shift in  global stock markets this week with less focus on  superstars like Amazon and Alibaba. This was due to the news that two firms in the race to developing covid 19 vaccines were over 90 percent successful. Investors turned to shares of airlines, banks and oil firms on hopes of […]

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The World is Still Not Out of the Woods: Global Covid-19 Cases Near 40 Million and Counting

The World is Still Not Out of the Woods: Global Covid-19 Cases Near 40 Million and Counting Sing up  here for our premium news articles and other weekly premium publications As at 17/10/2020 the global coronavirus cases are nearing the 40 million mark, with rise  infections across Europe and in the  U.S.. In  India the new daily  average is now […]

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It’s better to be a poor pupil in a rich country than the reverse: This is Why.

Country and family income are equally important for predicting students’ test scores According to a recent publication on the economist- though there are things that money can’t buy, education, however, does not appear to be among them—at least as measured by performance on international exams. It is reported that on average, pupils in wealthy countries obtain vastly higher test scores […]

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Nobel Prize in Medicine Awarded to Three Scientists for Discovery of Hepatitis C Virus

The trio of scientists who discovered Hepatitis C medicine have now been rewarded and recognised  for their an achievement in effort to fight viral infections Yesterday October 5th 2020, a trio of scientists from the U.S. and the U.K. won this year’s Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the discovery of the hepatitis C virus, a major cause of […]

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President Trump Leaves Hospital Monday Evening, Despite White House Cases Mount

According to president Donald J. Trump he feels well. This does not seat well with many commentators and analyst who continue to question  his condition and raise concerns about a possible return to hospital by the president in the coming days. Many more officials in his inner circle continue to test positive for the coronavirus. Johannesburg— The US president Donald […]

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Why the Ultra-Rich Are Using Giant Home Loans to Access Cheap Credit

According to a publication by Bloomberg, JPMorgan has issued a $42.5 million loan on a New York penthouse owned by a Russian billionaire’s family. Analyst, say that the penthouse at 15 Central Park West has everything you’d expect for an $88 million property: 6,744-square-feet of space, a wraparound terrace and killer views of Manhattan. Since June, the apartment owned by […]

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New James Bond Film ‘No Time to Die’ Is Delayed Until 2021 : What You Need to Know

According to a statement released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s, the next big Hollywood movie release-James Bond flick “No Time to Die,” is being delayed until next year, a result of the woeful economics that studios are facing because of the pandemic. “No Time to Die,” starring Daniel Craig, will now be released on April 2, the studio said. It had already been […]

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Covid-19 Alert Level 1 Update: South Africa Restores Free Visa for Countries Including High Covid-19 Rated U.S.

The South African government has reinstated free visas for travelers from countries including Covid-19 high risk countries such as the U.S following the visa suspension since March 2020 as part of a strict lockdown to curb the coronavirus. According to a statement by the government, visas will again be available to visitors from France, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Italy, South Korea, […]

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