Fifteen years of CEE Equity Fund

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This year, Concorde CEE Equity Fund turned 15 years old. During this time, many better and worse years have passed. It was founded around the middle of the burst of the American dotcom bubble, and after an initial bad period, some better years commenced up to the 2008/2009 stock exchange crash – the most severe of the last decades. After that, private pension funds … Read More

Risks and Fears in 2016

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One of America’s most influential risk research firms, Eurasia Group, does not see another great war erupting; however, they expect the further decline of world…… Read More

The State should Stay out of the Economy – Interview with the Wealthiest Man in Central Europe

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According to Jan Kulczyk politics based on national egotism is the main restraint of Europe’s economic growth, and it is the reason behind the Russian-Ukrainian…… Read More

Southern Europe Down, Central Europe Up

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Central Europe has been developing at a remarkable rate; the area’s economic significance in Europe has grown by five percent over the past eight years,…… Read More

Europe and Japan – the Two Favorites of this Year?

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Great Britain will more likely to remain in the EU, than leaving it; Europe managing the migrant crisis has a higher chance, than being crushed…… Read More

Virtual Oil – Ethereum Part 3

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One and a half years ago, Superblog readers were presented with an investment opportunity that is worth 25 times more today in dollar terms. And…… Read More

A World Built on Block Chains – Ethereum Part 2

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Satoshi Nakamoto published his theoretical white paper explaining the mechanism of the bitcoin in October 2008. Although the paper is only 9 pages long, it…… Read More

WEB 3.0 – Ethereum Part 1

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A good one and a half years ago, in summer 2014, I was psyched to learn about the concept of Ethereum. I found it a…… Read More

The End of the German Hegemony

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The German value system, which not long ago filled Europe with fear, has started eroding. The curtailment policy of Germans – in the ‘money rain’ ensured by central banks – becomes pointless, and more and more European countries are relaxing their budgetary discipline. It is connected to a serious shift of power currently happening behind the scenes in Europe. Germany’s influence is waning, while … Read More

Hungary Seen Weighing Forint Cap by Investor Who Beat the Market

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Concorde’s Citadella fund returned 11.8% annual in 3 years Bonds set to benefit as currency gains spur more rate cuts Hungary may be only months…… Read More

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