The Renascence Review
Understand finance, explore undercurrents and think critically.

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Sep
29

Q3 Market Notes

Markets seemed to start stabilising somewhat after such a dismal first half, but 2022 remains woeful for investors with both
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Sep
09

18/ Protect Your Digital Legacy +

How many 'memories' do you have in the form of pictures and videos across all the devices and digital accounts
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Sep
02

17/ Friday Reads

Not much to say this week, so I won't force it. Instead I'll leave you with six finance reads and
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Aug
26

16/ Index Hugging; Chimerica; Explicit Content +

Hi Everyone, I recently read The Precipice by the Oxford University philosopher, Toby Ord. Compelling and highly recommended to understand
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Aug
18

15/ How to Save; China Update; Partition +

Hi Everyone, This is the 15th issue of The Renascence Review, which should probably be called The Muddled Musings, where
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Aug
11

14/ No Reason To Save; World Government; Self Reliance +

I realise this newsletter is more an intersection of ideas from my work in finance and that of my personal
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Aug
04

13/ Recession; Poker; Transgender Heirs +

Adding headline images is a monotonous task for an excitable mind writing mostly about finance. Therefore, in each issue I'll
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Jul
29

Five Things to Know When Dealing With an International Estate

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Jul
22

12 / Fleeting Thoughts on Rationality and Climate Change

I've recently been consumed by the Conservative Party leadership race in the UK. In the midst of all the negativity
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Jul
15

11 / Things Fall Apart

This week's doses of finance, the world and sources of interest: #1. Doses of Finance 💰 The relationship between stocks and
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