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Jim Rogers' outlook on 2017

Jim Rogers is an American investor, financial commentator and author who co-founded the Quantum Fund ...

Brexit makes waves

Par: Trygve Meyer

The UK voted to leave the European Union yesterday. This was a largely unexpected result and the stock mark...

Food for thought

On the list of the year's largest mergers and acquisitions we find a number of companies from the agricultu...

Turnaround?

Par: Parisa Kate Lemaire

SKAGEN's equity funds all performed in line with or better than their respective benchmark indexes in April...

Long-term benefits

Making mistakes is an inevitable part of being an investor. As long as company values are mainly based on f...

Risk aware

SKAGEN asks Ian Bremmer, an American political scientist and expert on global political risk, some question...

Up in US stocks

SKAGEN Global has increased its exposure to the US by 30 percent in a year in which the US stock market ral...

Cheapest not always best

People often think that the key to success in the stock market lies in buying low and selling high. History...

The China Enigma

Par: Trygve Meyer

Stock markets do not follow a country's economic growth trajectory, and never has this been more true than ...

In Plato's cave

Par: Torgeir Høien

Are you wondering about the shadows on the wall and what they say about the current state of Greece and its...

US equities getting riskier

The relatively strong recovery of the US economy in the aftermath of the financial crisis saw investors ret...

Greek turbulence

Par: Torgeir Høien

I do not expect even an outline of a deal between Greece and its partners at the EU summit this week. I...

A knack for predictions

Kyle Bass is one of the rare breed of contrarian investors who predicted the subprime mortgage crisis. What...

Unpopular active managers

In the years following the financial crisis, indices have been the big winners. What can we expect in the y...

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