Hong Kong's real estate bull market has enriched property investors to the point that it is impossible to preach and practise long-term portfolio diversification. Photo: Nora Tam Hong Kong's real estate bull market has enriched property investors to the point that it is impossible to preach and practise long-term portfolio diversification. Photo: Nora Tam
Hong Kong's real estate bull market has enriched property investors to the point that it is impossible to preach and practise long-term portfolio diversification. Photo: Nora Tam
Peter Guy
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The View by Peter Guy

Hong Kong's worship of property investment has created a society of excess

The city is a place where success and wealth are not measured by what is created but by connections and property assets

Hong Kong's real estate bull market has enriched property investors to the point that it is impossible to preach and practise long-term portfolio diversification. Photo: Nora Tam Hong Kong's real estate bull market has enriched property investors to the point that it is impossible to preach and practise long-term portfolio diversification. Photo: Nora Tam
Hong Kong's real estate bull market has enriched property investors to the point that it is impossible to preach and practise long-term portfolio diversification. Photo: Nora Tam
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Peter Guy

Peter Guy

Peter Guy is a financial writer and former international banker