Tag Archives: Goldman Sachs

Should we invest, when we’re in debt?

There’s a very good  BBC Martin Lewis Podcast on borrowing ; http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04qhdsg We’ve always thought as Lewis as anti-debt (an advocate of “debt-free” living). The Podcast gives as an example a man who has moved to the country with his … Continue reading

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Morally bankrupt

Greg Smith’s condemnation of Goldman Sachs‘ culture as “morally bankrupt” splits my friends into three camps; Those like me who take the buy at face value and accept that the firm he joined 12 years ago has lost its moral … Continue reading

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Ah- Vested Self Interest – that’s alright then!

We have a brace of fine headlines this week – Citywire report that Standard Life believe that ISAs should be part of the auto-enrolment mechanism and some SRI peddlar is reported on twitter extolling the need for auto-enrolment to include some seriously socially responsible investment. No … Continue reading

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