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Why Can’t Investing Be Risk Free?

In writing this piece, I’m inclined to reflect on the saying that “there is no such thing as a free lunch”. Everything in life has both negative and positive aspects to it. It’s just that sometimes we don’t see the negatives or if we do, we choose to ignore them in favour of the more comfortable outcome that we desire. Personal investing falls into this overall category as well. Over the many years of advising clients

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10 Tips To Improve Your Financial Wellbeing.

Every so often I come across a new client who is searching for the magic elixir of finance – the quick fix to all their financial woes. What they are really seeking is a quick and easy way to make more money without taking risk or putting in time. Unfortunately financial management on a personal level and the advice that is needed is not sexy or glamorous. In fact, it’s plain dull and boring. Nevertheless

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Why Good Investing Is Not Exciting?

Investors are a worrisome lot. When markets are falling many can get upset. Should they sell? Should they buy more? When markets are rising, the questions are the same. Should they sell? Should they buy more? It also depends on what asset is in the news. For a long time it was property, then gold, then bonds, then equities. What should I buy? What should I sell? Sometimes the easiest thing to do is to

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Plan Now for A Comfortable Retirement

As experienced Financial Planners we have become skilled in assisting our clients plan for their eventual retirement. A comfortable Old Age is not, however, just about having a pension plan, even though this may be part of the solution. Clever planning for retirement can assist greatly by: 1. Building Sufficient Savings & Investments Once you retire you will need to ensure that you will have a source of sufficient income for the rest of your

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Why You Need To Understand The Language Of Investment Marketing

From my experience, most investors are very trusting of whoever is advising them about where to place their money for a long term return. While a growing number of such investments are placed into international UCITs the majority of such monies are placed in the unit funds of either life assurance companies or unit trusts operated by private bankers or stockbrokers. In reaching a decision to invest in any fund, investors normally make decisions on

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