Advice to Avoid

How we cause disasters

By trying to avoid them all the time

Forest Fires

How we cause disasters

By trying to avoid them all the time

We’ve had some powerful reminders this week that big ‘natural’ disasters are completely beyond our control. Both Hurricane Irma and the (less well covered) Earthquake in Mexico prove just how powerless we are as natural disasters unfold. At best we can prepare to pick up the pieces after the disaster has passed. There are however other…

So, do you really need a coach?

And are they worth paying for?

So, do you really need a coach?

And are they worth paying for?

So, do you really need a coach? Well, according to Bill Gates – founder of Microsoft 😉 . . . Everyone needs a coach. It doesn’t matter whether we’re a basketball player, a tennis player, a gymnast or a bridge player. We all need people who will give us feedback. That’s how we improve. And Eric…

The Nobel name dropping game

Name dropper game

The Nobel name dropping game

Working inside the Financial Services industry for 25 years (and observing it from the outside for another five) I guess I’ve seen most of what goes on there. I know what good (and fair priced) financial products – and financial advisers – look like. And some of those financial advisers are really good at their job….

The truth about fund charges

And how much you might be paying for the management of your money

The truth about fund charges

The truth about fund charges

And how much you might be paying for the management of your money

So, what is the truth about fund charges? How much should you pay (in total) to have someone manage your money? Let’s explore the charging secrets of fund managers and advisers.

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