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Investment Resolutions for 2017

  Investment Resolutions for 2017 Written by Adrian Meager, Head of Asset Management, Warwick Wealth It is that time of the year again – monthly planners and 2017 diaries are being bought and new plans are being made. Time to add value to our life, get rid of bad habits and resolve to improve in […]

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Asset Allocation

Asset Allocation Written by Adrian Meager, Head of Asset Management, Warwick Wealth “Games are won by players who focus on the playing field – not by those whose eyes are glued to the scoreboard.” ― Warren Buffett What is Asset Allocation? Asset allocation is an investment strategy that aims to balance risk and reward by […]

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Warwick Fund Management

Sidney McKinnon, Managing Director of Warwick Fund Management, has a wealth of experience in the financial services and investment industries, gained serving as a fixed interest specialist at Southern Life, Nedcor Investment Bank and Trident Capital. Before joining Warwick in 2013, Sidney was responsible for setting up the functionality of the asset manager within the […]

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Bloomberg, blondes and free lunch!

Born in Warrington Lancashire England, a good working class town of steel wire and chemicals, we were taught basically that the more you want something, the less likely you are to get it. Hence, you never wrote a letter and sent it up the chimney to Father Christmas, well certainly not with anything on it […]

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Keep it in the family

It has been such a confusing couple of weeks on the market and the Gloria Gecko of Warrington has been back on my case again after an absence of several years. Yes my mother is back, on the investment prowl and delighted to hear that Anchor Butter has now listed on the Johannesburg Stork Exchange, […]

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Teach your Grandkids to Start Saving Early

At Warwick Wealth, most of our clients have saved enough money for a comfortable retirement. But will your children and grandchildren follow suit? No-one knows what kind of world the youngest members of your family will be living in when they reach their golden years. But one thing is for sure – it can’t hurt […]

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How to Ride Out the Rate Hikes

The recent interest rate increase, albeit a moderate one, is good news for those with cash investments – who will now see a higher return on their savings. The repo rate jumped from 5.5% to 5.75% in July following the MPC meeting. However, for those who are still paying off their homes, cars and other […]

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