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March 5th, 2020

Omega Wealth Management (OWM) strives to identify alternative funds from standard stock and bond markets. Market returns have considerably diminished in the past years, hence OWM’s policy to diversify investment vehicles.

Since inception of our investment policy, we found and invested in various funds to reap profits bearing four factors:

  • Decorrelated solutions
  • Niche proven alternatives
  • Self-liquidating ...

November 25th, 2019

Yale’s university endowment investment office has applied 5 key rules on portfolio management with an outstanding success since 1985.

Omega Wealth Management (OWM) SA, from inception, has striven to duplicate the same philosophy for its clients.

OWM’s investment product identification focuses on de-correlated solutions with an ad-hoc research, due diligence and selective approach. On the equity side, structured product...

OCTOBER 8th,2019

  1. The US economy will remain above trend

This aspect has been confirmed by the historical very low unemployment rate not seen since the end of 60’s. Furthermore, despite the trade war, American momentum is largely maintained thanks to cheap oil and a very inventive e-economy. The negative aftermaths of a trade war are f...

OCTOBER 8, 2019

Posted on September 19, 2019 by oecdecoscope

by Laurence Boone, OECD Chief Economist

For over 18 months, since the outbreak of trade hostilities, growth has been weakening, slowly but sure...

MAY 11,2019

1.  European Venture debt

Investor has access to a closed end European DEBT portfolio receiving an attractive cash yield (9-15%), risk collateralized with top seniority in the liquidation waterfall, combined with free warrants in the best performing European based technology and innovation companies. Rare opportunity.

2.  European Special Opportunities fund

European OPPORTUNISTIC credit ...

MAY 15,2019

Investors are standing by for a fresh bout of market turmoil as President Donald Trump turns up the heat on Beijing over trade. The standoff between the U.S. and China appeared to deepen at the weekend after Trump took to Twitter again, this time to say the Chinese may have felt they were “being beaten so badly” in the recent talks that it was better to drag their feet in hopes he would lose the 2020 election and get a better deal ...