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Monthly Archives: August 2015
This article is for the advisers to small employers who are considering offering an auto-enrolment service, both to help the employer get started and to keep the employer compliant in months and years to come. Of all the considerations, pricing … Continue reading
This article has been sent me by Per Andelius, a tireless correspondent who tries to educate me (and others) in what matters in investing. Although this article is difficult and contains one quote by Markus Schuller which re-defines gobble de gook … Continue reading
While y’all went on holiday, market analysts threw a tantrum , Emerging stock Markets tanked and the Developed Markets went red and green faster than a traffic light. I love writing this stuff, it makes me feel grown up – like I had some job … Continue reading
They’ve been lying in the back of the cupboard since you bought them. They made you feel so young- they made you feel like spring had sprung. But you never made it to (let alone through) the Glastonbury ticket … Continue reading
BIG THINKING Two things I’m really looking forward to in September are threesixty’s two “Big Thinking Days”. One’s in Edinburgh and one’s in London and if you’re going, you;re in for a treat. Threesixty are a pretty pucker outfit (IMO) and … Continue reading
This post was written a few months ago but never published. The main thrust is still relevant, the thrust is that we are better off building better and more relevant products than trying to squeeze drawdown into a shirt two … Continue reading
Con Keating has been thinking for the rest of us for over 40 years. His generosity of spirit are matched by his commercial acumen. His way of thinking is not popular with many who manage money but maybe that’s because … Continue reading
There are those who thrive on the ups and downs of the stock market; high frequency traders take fractional advantage of moves up and down and like wind farms, make most when it’s stormy. You can buy and sell this … Continue reading