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Foreign Investment in Nairobi

Many expatriates and foreign investors set up camp in Nairobi due to the city’s advanced infrastructure and easy entry into and out of the country. In addition to strong rental yields and growing real-estate industry, Nairobi’s has it all: Chinatown, Little Mogadishu and even Nairobi’s very own Beverly Hills. As much as anybody, both local and foreign, can live anywhere, more often than not, foreign investors from the same region or country invest in one area of the city to be around other Europeans, Indians, Chinese, Somalis or Americans.

Rental Markets in Nairobi

Nairobi has the highest rental yields in Kenya generating up to 10 and 12 times more when compared with other urban and rural areas. The rental market in Nairobi has been so lucrative that even indecent dwelling units, such as slums and squatter settlements, are attracting rent as much as Ksh2,500 for 10 by 10 single rooms. The recent increase in rental costs in Nairobi has made the city one of the most lucrative property markets worldwide.

How to Improve Your Chances of Investing Successfully

Investing can be a daunting task for individual investors. This article presents possible ways to improve your ability to achieve investment success.

What Are the Largest Brownfield Developments in the UK, and Why are There so Few of Them?

Brownfields can be more costly to build on and sometimes fail to provide the kind of housing needed. Occasionally, however, they provide a good return on investment.

What Are the Differences Between Rampant Land Speculation and Solid Land Investment in the UK?

With foreign investment driving up land prices, speculation strategies beckon. But land development investments are more stabilising for investors – and the country. The discussion about the differences in land investors – those who speculate on rapid value increases versus those who make their money by building things – is nothing new in England or elsewhere.

That Isn’t Diversification – Part 2

The free lunch that is Diversification is often overused in the asset management industry, as we discussed in Part 1. Here, we discuss why wealth managers are too frequently underutilizing this well known portfolio tool. Diversification from the wealth manager’s perspective is all about non- and negatively-correlated assets.

The Differences Between Investing in Housing and Mass Infrastructure

From an investor’s perspective, the ROI in housing might be greater than that achieved from road and rail projects. But infrastructure is fundamental to development and deserves holistic thinking.

Tips for Avoiding Investment Fraud

Investors should always be on alert for investment scams. FINRA published an alert to warn investors about classic types of investment fraud and help them spot and avoid the persuasion tactics fraudster’s use. The following information is taken from that article.

Why Trade Unregulated Binary Options When Nadex Is Now in Over 40 Countries

Why struggle with unregulated binary option brokers who steal your money and change your trades? NADEX is now available in nearly 50 countries and is regulated by the FTC. Why settle for 75% returns when you can get as much as 328% returns with NADEX?

That Isn’t Diversification – Part 1

Asset managers who exceed the 30-stock count, the point at which the vast majority of diversification’s benefit has been implemented, begin to trend more and more toward being closet indexers. There is nothing worse than what is tantamount to a passive strategy charging active management fees. Perhaps surprisingly, investors are to blame for this.

The Con of Passive Management

The passive management industry has done an incredible job of projecting their mantra into the investing zeitgeist, and each year we are subjected to claims like “74% of active managers underperformed their index.” Like all good cons, this is not an untrue statement. It is however, an excellent use of misdirection – making implications about passive strategies that are untrue.

Investing Portfolio Types and Portfolio Diversification

Based on the diversification and investment instruments, a portfolio can be grouped in to one of the five major portfolio types. Know about them in detail.

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