Video Articles

Should investors focus on Developed or Emerging markets?

Emerging Market equities will suffer from a stronger dollar and lower commodities prices in comparison with Domestic Market equities, explains Alexandre Tavazzi, Chief Equity Strategist at Pictet Wealth Management.

The Entrepreneurs Series, Munich

In this edition of The Entrepreneur Series, we meet with Munich based entrepreneurs to establish how old school tradition of craft and local heritage meet unparalleled industrial design and tech field innovation.

Equity markets: bubble or not?

As P/E ratios reach new highs, Christophe Donay, Chief Strategist at Pictet Wealth Management, explains why he believes central banks are sustaining the prices.

Emerging debt is back in fashion

In this video, Christophe Donay, Head of Strategy for Pictet Wealth Management, explains why emerging debt could benefit from a temporary coincidental re-synchronisation of economic growth.

Sub-zero interest rates paradigm

In this video, Yves Bonzon, Chief Investment Officer for Pictet Wealth Management, explains how negative interest rates impact the economy and what countries will outperform in this new paradigm.

In conversation with Firoz Rasul, president of the Aga Khan University

Firoz Rasul, President of the Aga Khan University presents in this interview the work of the centre of knowledge founded by the Aga Khan. This purpose of this unique university is to help the underpriveleged in developing countries improve their lives. This interview was captured during the Pictet Family Consilium, a unique setup bringing together […]

Equity investing strategies

In 2014, year-to-date, 87% of active U.S. equity managers are under performing their Index. Does this mean that stock picking is dead? Not necessarily, but investors have to understand 3 fundamental equity investment strategies before deciding the route to follow.

Our concerns on Latam health

Brazil is driving concerns about the solidity of Latam economic health. This short graphic animation highlights the difference of growth between Brazil and China to illustrate the regional issues in Latin America.

Equities corrected. Now what?

In the last 12 sessions, equities have experienced a kind of mini crash, erasing the year-to-date gains on most indices. We need to take a step back and try to make some sense of the recent market action to define the strategy which will make or break performance for the last two months of the year.

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