Whisky, music rights, bugs: Alternative investing ideas for 2021
Art, wine, jewelry, classic cars… These are the alternative assets affluent investors often buy when they want to diversify their holdings and have some fun collecting beautiful objects. Yet there are a number of other unorthodox moves you could consider that not only bestow the pleasures of ownership but also aren’t tied to the ups and downs of capital markets.
How asset managers value their relationships with institutional investors
Can you put a price tag on relationships between asset managers and institutional investors? Experts on accounting practices for mergers and acquisitions say yes.
Disagreeing takes up a lot of brain real estate
When two people agree, their brains exhibit a calm synchronicity of activity focused on sensory areas of the brain. When they disagree, however, many other regions of the brain involved in higher cognitive functions become mobilized as each individual combats the other's argument, a Yale-led research team reports.