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2017 Half Year Review

2017 Half Year Review

2017 half year summary & predictions

It has been a year since the Brexit vote. It is counter-intuitive that with the seemingly ever-increasing political uncertainty we have such strong positive market tailwinds. I remember very clearly taking phone calls from nervous investors who feared a repeat of 2008 due to the surprise vote. We recommended staying invested and undeniably, that was the right thing to do. If there is one thing I have learnt over my 17 years in the wealth management industry, it is that when the market is the scariest and the newspapers are using the most sensationalist fearful headlines - it is the time to buy, not sell.

Yearly Review

Yearly Review

2016 summary & 2017 predictions

2016 is history. Our sights are now set on 2017 and beyond, making sure we can manage both the known and potential risks and that our clients will be rewarded sufficiently for exposure to those risks. Overall, our view is cautiously optimistic and we will explain in more detail below.

Q3 2016 Review

Q3 2016 Review

Property vs. Capital Markets and the USA 2016 elections

As always in these quarterly newsletters, we try to bring you relevant and interesting insights without being too technical. The topics we choose are based on real discussions with clients and we hope you will find this review interesting.

In July, Pioneer Wealth Management was awarded “Best Israeli Wealth Management Team 2016” by CFI.co[1] – a European financial magazine and website. This comes at a time when we believe we have had an excellent year for clients so far. We firmly believe our approach and strictly fee based services, without conflicts of interest, are especially appropriate for these low interest rate times.

For those of you who would like to see some of the faces of the Pioneer people, we invite you to visit our Facebook page and check out the pictures from our 30 year birthday celebration.


[1] Capital Finance International

Q2 2016 review

Q2 2016 review

BREXIT, China, Gold and more

As I am writing this review I fear that by the time you read it, it will be very much out of date, such is the pace of flow of information following the Brexit “surprise”. At this stage, it definitely seems more like political turmoil than real economic turmoil. If there is one thing I have learnt over my 17 years in the wealth management industry it is that when the market is scariest and when the newspapers are using the most sensationalist fearful headlines - that is the time to buy not sell.