How the Common Reporting Standard Rules Can Affect You

In an effort to identify tax evaders, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) created the Common Reporting Standard (CRS). The CRS is...

Tulip Mania: Bubble or no bubble?

“Bubble” is a catchword bandied about whenever people want to strike fear in the heart of investors. Tech, property, Bitcoin – these and more...

Blockchains beyond Bitcoin

Most of the reporting on blockchains revolve around its association with cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. So much so that some people think that blockchains and...

Cryptocurrency: What is it worth?

With all the recent news about Bitcoin, you may be wondering if this type of currency is worth investing in. But what is Bitcoin...

FinTech: An Introduction

You probably read about it, you are most likely using it, and you are probably interested in investing in it, but how familiar are...

Residency options and implications for high net worth individuals

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Seek shelter or find a haven?

Governments want you to pay taxes. You don’t want to pay too much taxes. This dichotomy is usually what sparks people and companies to...

How to become a venture capitalist

Individual investors at all levels have a wide variety of options available. Although many may think that they are relegated to traditional instruments such...

Factors Affecting Foreign Exchange Rates

Whether you choose to invest in currency markets or not, you should still have an understanding of foreign exchange rates. Even if your investments...

Can you inflation-proof your investing?

As you consider what investments to make or whether to divest parts of your portfolio, the effect of inflation on your assets as well...

Should You Trade in Foreign Exchange Markets? First, some basics

A diverse portfolio is often key to financial stability and success. This can mean looking beyond traditional stocks and bonds. Some may look to...

Active or Passive? Does it really need to be either/or?

With all the economic turmoil and scandals seemingly everywhere you turn, in markets all over the world, many people are trusting managers of active...

Richard Cayne takes Legal Action for and on behalf of hundreds...

Richard Cayne takes Legal Action for and on behalf of hundreds of Investors in a Thailand based Real Estate project. For 5 long year...

Be Careful what you wish for

All the major economies around the world seem to be driving towards and trying to ramp up inflation in a very meaningful way.  Used...

Bet the Ranch – Part 2

Earlier in February while I was writing it was a good time to be investing in oil and oil related I had no idea...

Bet The Ranch

So you may be wondering is it time to be cashing in all your equities and investments or is it time to buy more...

Three Lessons from Rich Dad, Poor Dad: A Cayne Recommendation

Richard Cayne of Meyer International references Rich Dad, Poor Dad often in conversation. Like many other financial planners who are passionate about growing wealth,...

The Big Mac Index: Gauging Currency Valuation on Everyday Items

People laugh when they hear the name Big Mac Index, and that might be exactly the reaction the staff at The Economist wanted when...

Do You Really Need to be Concerned About Inflation?

In all of our knowledge and thoughts about investment, wealth and money; inflation is one very important factor that doesn’t get nearly as much...

Goal #3: Real Estate

There are three big goals that people most often see a financial planning consultant in regards to, according to Richard Cayne of Meyer International....