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The week in review - the most read stories on thewealthnet 01/04/2016
The most read stories on thewealthnet this week.

Philatelic 'holy grail' sold for £495,000 10/03/2016

Scotch Whisky: just a dram or a profitable 'passion investment'? 04/03/2016
In a new series looking at passion investments thewealthnet examines the many ways investments can be made in the interests and passtimes of the wealthy. For some it is simply a pleasant diversion, for others a more serious diversifier, but how profitable is it and what are the best ways to approach a given field. In this installment reporter Karen Gilchrist looks at the merits - or otherwise - of Scotch

Global growth fears fuelling demand for gold, says Signia Wealth 19/02/2016
Gold has seen a positive start to 2016, fuelled by fears surrounding global growth and an unconventional yet persistent central bank monetary policy, said Assad Abdulla, senior portfolio manager at Signia Wealth,

Swiss private banking platform launched for 'investments of passion' 15/02/2016

Investment demand for gold grows in 2015 11/02/2016
Global investment demand for gold grew by eight percent for the full year 2015, to 878t from 815t in 2014, according to the World Gold Councilís latest Gold Demand Trends report.

Fine wine outpaces other asset classes with 'optimistic' outlook 08/02/2016
Despite turbulence in other markets, January saw further signs of optimism in the fine wine market.

The week in review - the most read stories on thewealthnet 05/02/2016
Last week on thewealthnet - the biggest stories from wealth management you may have missed.

PAM Insight's 50 Most Influential reception in photos 01/02/2016
Pictures from the champagne reception sponsored by Deloitte

Fine Wine asset class may finally be recovering from its long hangover 11/01/2016
After four years of falls, the fine wine market appears at last to have stabilised. The year 2015 was the least volatile in the history of the marketís two monthly indices -- since 2001 for the Liv-ex 100 and 1993 for the Investables--as measured by the standard deviation of monthly price movements and by the gap between the lowest and highest index value during the year, according to The Fine Wine Investment Fund (TWIF).

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