This Woman Tells the Richest Israelis Where to Put Their Money. This Is Her Advice for Investors

Orit Raviv Swery, whose firm caters to very wealthy investors, suggests how small-time players can put together their own portfolios

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Stock markets are brushing all-time highs despite the coronavirus pandemic, and the burning question in the capital markets is whether there’s a bubble — and whether it’s about to burst. Orit Raviv Swery, founder of Rosetta Investments Multi-Family Office has an answer: “Interest rates really are beginning to go up and that will be a painful blow, but it won’t come soon.”

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