In finance as in sports, everybody agrees that a winning culture is paramount to success. But what is it exactly? And once you hit on one, how to ensure it sticks around?
Out of Our Minds
Recent changes in the regulatory environment in China have sparked questions and discussions about the future of investing in the country, both in the wider world and inside Harding Loevner.
At both a US-based investment firm and a forward-thinking club in the third tier of the English football leagues, an age-old battle rages anew.
Which industry is in the best position to deliver better care at more reasonable prices? It depends on whom you ask.
Just months after the GameStop episode, the impact of the infamous retail-investor-led short squeeze has faded like a bad dream. Or has it?
Harding Loevner’s resident owner of an English soccer club reflects on what having a foot in both worlds has taught him about our collective bias toward action.
Having a structured process is still the key to enabling better investment decision-making.
For investors today, one of the hardest jobs has become knowing what to ignore.
A frank assessment of what vaccine production and distribution delays—and concerning data about new COVID-19 variants—mean for the rest of 2021 and beyond.
Investors counting on gold to protect portfolios from the potential ravages of inflation may be disappointed.
Lewis Carroll’s Alice in the Wonderland can seem the perfect metaphor for a market trading at record valuations amid a global pandemic. But the most insightful perspective may come from a line in the movie.
Before everyone knew them as “factors,” quality, growth, and value indications were the way we identified good companies, in a way that fit our personalities.