Go to bed smarter than when you woke up.
That’s the Buffett formula.
The world’s greatest investor once gave students the following advice:
“Read 500 pages a day. That’s how knowledge works. It builds up, like compound interest.”
Nice thought, isn’t it?
Here’s my list of finance books to help put this into action.
The Internet has made all of our lives easier.
In some ways, it’s made it harder.
With the vast expanse of information readily available…
It can feel impossible to decipher what’s right and wrong.
But investing is simple.
You just need to know these unchanging truths.
I watched a powerful video over the weekend.
Watched by almost 8 million others - it’s just 2.44 mins long…
It sums up how important your time is.
And how the decisions you make…
(big and small)
Have a huge impact.
I recently overhead a client ask:
“Am I going to be okay?”
Like many of our clients, he was a ‘HENRY.’
High Earning Not Yet ‘Rich’.
OR at least not rich enough to have no money cares in the world.
He worries about having enough to see him through retirement and set his children up for their futures.
I wasn’t surprised to hear this…
In case you missed it.
This week I mentioned 4 key factors that either make an adviser ‘worth it’ or not.
Here’s the next set.
And surprisingly, they are all about YOU.
Another great question from a reader.
Let’s be honest, it’s what we’re all thinking.
It’s one of THE most important questions when it comes to financial advice.
So is hiring an adviser worth it?
My answer might surprise you.
Investors generally want two things from their adviser.
To maximise returns.
And achieve their life’s ambitions.
But most clients also want something else.
Something just as important.
And it directly impacts returns…
The second leading cause of divorce is…
Whether it’s asymmetric earnings or excessive spending habits…
Money problems are marriage killers.
What can be done to sort this out before it’s too late?