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Expertise on shipping related investments

Wednesday, May 02, 2007
Shipping investments tend to show almost no correlation with other asset classes.

A SQUARE :: 02May07 Expertise on shipping related investments
Category Shipping
Author Sona Blessing
Shipping related investments are unique. Firstly, shipping investments tend to show almost no correlation with other asset classes such as equity or bond markets *. Secondly, we believe, no other asset class reflects the global demand and original trade as accurately as the shipping industry does. As it is either directly or indirectly linked, the shipping industry benefits from all levels of production.
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