Invest in Tourism in the Pacific

The Grey Investment Group continues to progress their portfolio in the Pacific region.

  • Samoa's Most Established Family Investment Group
  • Founded in 1937, Grey Investment Group has been involved in successful ventures in the South Pacific for over 75 years.
  • Investment opportunities now open.

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Vetting Those Who Look After Your Money

Just because someone is licensed, and been around for decades, doesn't mean they have your best interests at heart.

When you get down to it, regardless of whatever data might be found via the internet, HNW individuals all tend to follow a similar path:

They are good at their "one thing" and they trust the firms they work with to establish a plan and portfolio that grows their wealth.

It's not rocket science. Well, maybe it is, but they aren't interested in the science. They only want the rocket. [Read more...]

The Truth About Heading Into Retirement

The average retirement is 17 years. Are you managing your nest egg wisely?

Out of 100 people who starts working at the age of 25, by the age 65, 1% will be considered wealthy. (src: Statistic Brain)

With alarming statistics like this, it's no wonder why the thought of retirement brings on a sense of uneasiness. Nobody wants to downsize their living standards upon retirement, yet this reality is very frightening for many.

What level of savings do you require to generate a certain level of monthly income? The table below lays out the truth.
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The Rich: Where They Live, How They Spend and Invest

butler standingIt can be argued that various media publications have made something of a cottage industry by locating dense concentrations of High-Net-Worth Individuals (HNWIs) in the U.S..

Numerous surveys enlighten us about where the wealthiest towns, zip codes and cities are.

Through actual photos, Forbes has teased us with a collection of homes in the 100 most expensive ZIP codes in the U.S.

The salient pattern seems to be, as Forbes Magazine (2/12/13) put it, that "the wealthiest tend to cluster around the largest cities on either coast." Presumably, this is in part because they want places to shop, good restaurants, and other wealthy people to associate with.

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