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TheWall: Individuals Overly Optimistic About Investment Returns

Global investors appear to be unconcerned that the Covid-19 pandemic could cause the world economy to sink into a deeper recession. In fact, their annual return expectations are unrealistically high at nearly 11%, according to a new report by British multinational asset management firm Schroders. According to its latest Global Investor Study report, “Under pressure: …

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How Emerging Venture Capital Fund Managers Should Think About Their LP Fundraising Strategies

Approach Fundraising As A B2B Sales Process For many emerging VC managers, fundraising from LPs seems like an obscure procedure that is difficult to comprehend and hard to do right. I think it becomes much clearer if you look at fundraising as a typical B2B sales process, viewing the fund that you try to pitch …

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Low-Cost Airlines May Have An Edge In A Price-Sensitive, Regionally Focused Travel Market

Low-cost carriers (LCCs) are likely to have an advantage in a price-sensitive and regionally focused air travel market, analysts told CNBC. However, one observer cautioned that the benefit can only be enjoyed when demand recovers. The coronavirus pandemic decimated the global tourism market when border restrictions were put in place, and airlines were no exception. The International Air Transport Association …

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5 Ways This Crisis Is Changing Venture Capital Investment Strategy

Business must continue in spite of the crisis, and here are some changes the investment landscape is seeing as investors and entrepreneurs make the best of a bad situation. The effects of the global health crisis have been far reaching. Across every country and almost every industry, there have been declines in productivity and income, bringing …

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Buffett’s Berkshire Bought $2.07 billion BofA Stock Since mid-July, Has 11.9% Stake

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc (BRKa.N) has spent $2.07 billion on Bank of America Corp (BAC.N) shares since mid-July, after winning regulatory permission to increase what was already its largest common stock holding other than Apple Inc (AAPL.O). In a regulatory filing on Tuesday night, Berkshire said it paid $337 million for about 13.6 million …

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