When looking for advice about how to invest, who better to turn to than Warren Buffett? The man they call the Sage of Omaha is widely recognised as most successful, and highly respected, investor in the world.
With a new Prime Minister and still no idea what is actually going to happen with Brexit, I thought I would repost this article to complete the feeling of deja vu.
Over the long run, the market has provided substantial returns regardless of who lives at
Over the course of a summer, it’s not unusual for the stock market to be a topic of conversation at barbeques or other social gatherings.
A neighbour or relative might ask about which investments are good at the moment. The lure of getting in at the
With so much uncertainty flying around I thought it might help to remind ourselves of some fairly simple, and some would say obvious, advice on investing.
Sometimes as investors we need to be reminded of the simple and obvious stuff as it is often forgotten amongst
To say that “money isn’t everything” is more than just a cliché. Studies in the early 1970s demonstrated that happiness had not increased in line with income over the previous half century. Today the developed world is wealthier than ever but ‘how to be happier’
Given that retirement is something that ‘most people’ look forward to…you’ve worked and saved hard…you’ve got a bucket list of things you still want to do and achieve…why does it sometimes not quite 'feel right'?
We’ve created a short video for you with Dimensional called, Tuning Out the Noise. It contains some really valuable messages and is only about have 3 minutes long. Have a quick listen to it and see what you think.
After last year’s relative calm, you will no doubt be aware of the recent increase in stock market volatility. For some this might create a feeling of anxiety and tempt them to react and make changes… personally I wouldn’t view this type of response as