I love an analogy.
Especially one which relates to finance.
I recently read a great one which explains volatility.
If that’s a part of investing you find discomforting…
Perhaps this will help.
(Hat tip to Ric Edelman, head of America’s largest independent investment adviser).
I’m testing some Facebook ads right now.
The image shows me on a tank.
"What does the military have to do with investing?".
Quite a lot, actually.
Here are 4 ways they're connected.
As expats, we’re often torn between renting and owning.
Everything from cars to property.
Today, let’s talk cars.
This post may contradict most things you know about financial services.
But it’s an attempt to reveal the truth about a broken model.
Hopefully, it will help get you better results.
In the markets, history rarely repeats itself.
Past performance is not a true indicator of future returns.
(Although the media and public may say otherwise).
This is the truth you need to hear.
Few people enter financial services with the express purpose of enriching people’s lives…
Traditionally it attracts ‘mercenaries’ not ‘missionaries’.
But I believe vocational professions such as medicine, teaching, or government shouldn’t have a monopoly on education and service.
Millions of investors can benefit from advice that rewards those who use financial services as opposed to enriching those who sell them.
Here are 3 simple examples.
House prices are now falling.
Great news if you’re in the market for one.
And good news if you think people could do with being a little less property-obsessed.
Most investors still feel property is a better alternative to a pension.
The evidence shows otherwise.
Last month, we lost Jack Bogle.
I can’t help but reminisce about the lessons I learned from him.
He’s had the biggest impact on investors around the globe.
Here are 11 reasons why.