It’s no secret.
There is a huge trust deficit in my profession.
And with good reason.
Historically, ‘financial genocide’ against expatriates had been commonplace…
This baggage results in a question I hear time and time again.
“Can I trust my financial adviser”?
Many investors yearn for face-to-face advice.
Personalised service from someone they can ‘trust’.
Evolution makes us this way.
But it also makes us bad investors.
Here’s why face-to-face advice may be the most expensive mistake you ever make…
“Expect the best. Prepare for the worst.”
That’s the advice I give clients.
No one knows what the future holds…
But there are ways to mitigate the impact of a downturn.
This morning, a ‘precious metals' conference was promoted on the radio.
Lots of ‘experts’ making wild predictions.
I’m tired of the media portraying gold as a good investment.
The evidence clearly proves otherwise.
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.
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.
Hidden costs are toxic.
And while many countries are taking steps to reduce them…
Investors are not completely out of the woods.