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    Ihab Azab

    Ihab joined LOM in October 2012, prior to which he spent four years with HSBC Premier, Bermuda, advising private clients. Ihab earned his Bachelor degree in Business in Cairo and is trilingual in Arabic, English and French. He has also obtained the industry qualifications from the Canadian Securities Institute.

    Financial Advisor, LOM Financial (Bermuda) Ltd

    Below you will find all posts by Ihab.

  • The Power of Long-Term Dividend Investing

    Before going to the main subject, I would like to give you my take on the Trump presidency, as a lot of my clients were asking me for my opinion. I told them a story of my father and I, which took place when I was working with him. I didn’t like certain businessman that […]

  • Invest or not to invest, that is the question

      With all the volatility in the market, individuals have been asking their investment advisors whether it is worth investing: Is it a good time to invest? What should I invest in? These are legitimate questions and to answer them, I think we need to change the narrative and put the concept and the reason […]

  • A Short Guide For Investors To Help Overcome a Financial Market That Is Rapidly Changing

    I have been meaning to write this blog for almost a month, but I’ve been finding it extremely difficult to put my thoughts into concise or precise ideas for several reasons. One of the most important reasons is that there are variables affecting the market that didn’t exist before. The market conditions are overwhelmingly changing, […]

  • What Should You Do When The Financial Market Is Down?

    I entered the investment world in 2007, late in life at 39 years old. It was a baptism by fire as I was just in time for the economic meltdown of 2007/8, so I quickly had to find an answer to the question : “what should I be doing when the markets are down?” Ironically, […]

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