Educazione finanziaria

  • UBS House View - Daily US Mueller's report may not be special for markets

    There is increasing speculation that US Special Counsel Robert Mueller is about to release his long-awaited report investigating alleged links between President Trump's campaign and Moscow in the run-up to the 2016 election. And late last week the US House of Representatives voted 420-0 in favor of a non-binding resolution to release Mueller's findings to Congress and the public. di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 18 Mar 2019
  • Financial planning How can a pre-mortem help to manage risk?

    Performing postmortem analysis is essential. If we treat every mistake as a learning experience, we will eventually work toward a more and more robust process, and hold ourselves accountable. However, postmortems are most useful for tasks that are repeated under more or less the same conditions. When a problem changes dynamically, a different approach is in order. di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 18 Mar 2019
  • Longer term investment themes Bill Gates: 10 innovations that will improve lives

    Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates recently reflected on 10 breakthroughs that he thinks will make the world a better place. His selection focused on developments that improve the quality of life, in addition to those that extend life. di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 15 Mar 2019
  • Private markets education Private real estate in a nutshell

    Private real estate (PRE) strategies represent USD 955bn, or 17%, of global private markets AUM. In its most basic form, real estate investing consists of receiving rental income and capital gains from the purchase and ownership of a piece of land or a building, spanning from residential and multi-family units to office, industrial, logistics, or retail space. di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 15 Mar 2019
  • US Politics Is impeachment likely?

    Political prediction sites put the probability of President Trump completing his first term at 74%. John Savercool, Head of the UBS US Office of Public Policy, believes that impeachment probabilities depend almost entirely on whether the Mueller report or the House committee investigations produce sufficient evidence to convince a clear majority of House Democrats to follow this course of action. di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 15 Mar 2019
  • Market Commentary Art Cashin - On the markets (3/14)

    Each week, Art Cashin, the Director of Floor Operations at the NYSE for UBS, discusses the latest news and events impacting the markets. This week Art discusses Brexit developments, the latest on US and China trade talks, notable economic data and what's in store for next week. di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 14 Mar 2019
  • Sustainable investing SI Digest: March

    This month's edition includes an update on flows and major allocation decisions in the market; highlights sustainable investing news within the financial services industry; and wraps up with sustainability news from governments, companies and organizations around the world. di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 14 Mar 2019
  • Longer-term Investments The pitfalls of thematic investing

    Little more than a decade ago we did not have smartphones. Now 77% of Americans carry the computing power of the entire Apollo space program in their pockets with them every day. The pace of change makes investing for the long term a difficult feat. di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 14 Mar 2019
  • Investment blog EM debt at all-time highs but less risky

    Low interest rates following the global financial crisis fostered a sharp increase in EM debt. EM government and private sector debt levels are at all-time highs, reaching 51% and 157% of GDP in 2018, respectively. However, a few key factors have made EM economies more resilient to external shocks and shifts in sentiment. di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 14 Mar 2019
  • Modern Retirement Monthly Safe spending rates are moving targets

    Approaching retirement, most investors want to know how much they can spend every year with little risk of outliving their assets. Unfortunately, as market environments are continuously changing, there will never be one unbending safe withdrawal rate. However, to provide baseline withdrawal advice, various withdrawal rules and strategies have been developed. di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 14 Mar 2019
  • Fixed Income Is there room to run?

    Two months into 2019, break-even spreads for many fixed income sectors have compressed by as much as 30%. The magnitude of this outperformance over a short time period has heightened investor uncertainty. Is there room to run or is it time to shed the higher risk asset classes? di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 14 Mar 2019
  • European economy Italy: Lower risks, but lower GDP

    The political picture in Italy has changed significantly since the last election. By contrast, the macro picture has deteriorated. On the back of weaker 2H18 data, CIO has lowered its 2019 and 2020 GDP forecasts for Italy di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 13 Mar 2019
  • Future trends How smart is your city?

    Being on the cusp of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, many cities are laying the groundwork to become smart. The Chief Investment Office examined some cities in Asia to better understand trends stemming from urbanization and how to become smarter about them. di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 13 Mar 2019
  • UBS House View - Daily US Brexit uncertainty persists after gov. defeat

    The UK government's plan to withdraw from the EU has suffered a second defeat in parliament, despite renewed assurances from European negotiators over the contentious Irish backstop clause. di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 13 Mar 2019
  • House View Weekly Policy tightening is easing

    Last week marked 10 years since the equity market trough that followed the global financial crisis. Since that low, global stocks have returned 260%, and the S&P 500 400%. As we enter the 11th year of the bull market, it’s valid to ask whether it has further to run. di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 12 Mar 2019
  • Investing Firing Warren Buffett

    I was recently speaking with a client in California and he mentioned really liking a chart I published in 2015 that showed how often Berkshire Hathaway had outperformed over rolling quarterly, one-, five-, and 10-year time periods since 1995. di più

    • di UBS Redazione
    • 12 Mar 2019