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  1. Alternative investments: Means to diversify a portfolio

    Alternative investments: A deep dive into the most common myths

    Persistent myths surround alternative investments. That being said, this asset category likely makes sense as a portfolio complement, especially in the current environment: both as a valuable source of returns and for portfolio diversification. A closer look at the most common myths regarding alternative investments.

  2. Volatile markets: Investing in turbulent times

    How to invest in volatile markets.

    The start of the year was characterized by high volatility on financial markets – a situation that is likely to persist for some time. That makes it all the more important to adopt the right approach to securities. Investor recommendations for a well-equipped portfolio in turbulent times.

  3. Commodity markets proving highly sensitive to war in Ukraine.

    Conflict in Ukraine. Commodity markets also suffering the shock.

    The conflict in Ukraine is also likely to impact Europe's energy transition because commodity markets are reacting to the current news coverage with extreme sensitivity. The crisis could cause changes with benefits for renewable energies while accelerating some measures aimed at energy conservation.

  4. Restrictive stance from central banks: The economic situation is strong enough

    Central banks are adopting a restrictive stance in 2022

    The investor-friendly course has come to an end. Central banks are tightening the interest rate screw and adopting a more restrictive stance. Where can investors still find attractive return opportunities? Financial markets forecasts for 2022.

  5. Investment strategy: A look at equity performance in 2022

    Investment strategy for equities: What investors need to know for 2022.

    Corporate profits will likely be the most important driver of equity returns in 2022. The new Investment Outlook from Credit Suisse highlights exciting forecasts of financial market trends and what you need to know for a successful investment strategy in the new year.

  6. Food security for the world. With sustainable investments.

    The growing world population will lead to a doubling of the global demand for food. To ensure there is enough food to feed the world, a shift in the food industry is not optional, but mandatory. Private investors can also play a role in shaping this change by means of sustainable investments. 

  7. Economic forecasts and growth for 2022

    The global economy after COVID-19. What investors can expect.

    How will the financial markets perform in 2022? The good news for investors, first of all: The economy will keep growing. But the global economy will also face some major challenges. Read the economic forecast in Credit Suisse’s 2022 Investment Outlook.

  8. Supertrends present attractive investment opportunities

    Invest with foresight. With Credit Suisse Supertrends.

    The legacy of Alfred Escher, founder of the Schweizerische Kreditanstalt, continues to shape Credit Suisse to this day. The foresight he demonstrated regarding the pressing issues of the future inspired us to launch the Supertrends. The Supertrends are based on several years of social trends and present attractive investment opportunities.

  9. Private equity offers attractive opportunities for private investors

    Private equity: Attractive opportunities for private investors away from the stock exchange

    Private equity funds are a great way to invest in attractive companies away from the stock market using only a small amount of capital. These alternative investments play an increasingly important role in terms of stabilizing and diversifying portfolios – particularly in the current environment of low interest rates and low returns. How does private equity work, and how can private individuals invest in it?

  10. A good portfolio: Investing in quality and growth stocks

    Quality and growth stocks: Investing for good times and bad

    From a risk-free rate to "interest-free risk": Investors ought to be able to rely on a resilient and sound portfolio, particularly in uncertain times. A combination of quality stocks and growth stocks is a good place to start.