In a world flooded with up to the minute stock market movements and a 24/7 global news cycle, people must distinguish between entertainment and information.
Continued US expansion and normalizing monetary policy; greater (but select) global exposure; and avoiding specific credit market stresses are 3 key trends.
For the second consecutive year, Robert Balentine was honored for his work with the Southern Highlands Reserve by Invest in Others.
Balentine CIO Adrian Cronje has been mentioned in the Yahoo! Finance article, “Even After Strong Performance, Japan ETFs Look Attractive.”
Balentine CIO Adrian Cronje was quoted in the Wall Street Journal for the article “Investing Pros Still See Value in Japan Stocks.”
While iPhone apps, SMART goals (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Timely) and other tools help with keeping resolutions, research shows that between 62-88% of resolutions fail. How can one attempt to avoid this grim reality?
Balentine CIO Adrian Cronje was quoted in the Wall Street Journal for the article “Advisers Debate: China Market Woes a ‘Wake-Up Call’?”
Balentine Chief Investment Officer Adrian Cronje was featured in the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s “Meet the C-Suite” column this week.
Balentine’s CIO Adrian Cronje was quoted in Atlanta Business Chronicle for its article “Georgia’s top stock performers for the first half of 2015.”
Four months ago, we penned the Research & Papers entry The Greek Economy – Tragedy or Comedy? which included this statement: “February’s agreement to extend the bailout for four more months was based on an agreement by the Greek government to pursue a number of initiatives to balance its budget. But many of the initiatives are very fuzzy and the benchmarks for success are not established. The Greek government has bought itself time, but it is not clear what the endgame will be.” On June 30, the path to the endgame became clearer as Greece became the first developed country to miss an International Monetary Fund (IMF) payment.