Today’s post is the third in our series on the book Excess Returns, and looks at how successful investors go about Finding Bargains in the stock market.
7 Circles - your heavenly path through investment hell
Today’s post is a catch-up with the SmallCap Growth (AIM) Portfolio, which we haven’t looked at since late October.
As part of our New Year Portfolio Reviews, we catch up with the Piggyback Portfolio, and outline our plans for the next twelve months.
Today it’s the 10-year Portfolio Review. I’m going to look back over a decade of my personal portfolio’s results, to work out just how much value I’ve added.
Today we’re going to look at Candlesticks in charts. They are a Japanese take on the bar patterns we looked at last time.
Today we’re going to look at the Active vs Passive investing debate, and the wider implications of index funds. We’ll also touch on diversification.
Today we’re going to catch up with the StockoPedia service, which we first looked at more than a year ago. This time we’ll look at Portfolio construction.
We look at the characteristics of the various asset classes, and build a portfolio for the UK private investor moving towards financial independence.
We catch up with ready made portfolios, looking at three new robo advisors and comparing them to the three from last time. Do any beat DIY investing?
We finish our look at the Investors Chronicle’s list of the Top 50 ETFs with funds from Asia, and those covering bonds, commodities and private equity.
This post is part of the Elements series, a Periodic Table of all the Investing Elements that you need. Today’s post is about Financial Statements.
Today’s post is about DeGiro stockbrokers, who are the cheapest broker in the UK.
Welcome to the second part in our series on company pension deficits. Today we’re going to look at things from the investor’s perspective. We’ll look at asset mixes and benchmarks, but let’s start with dividends.
We begin today’s Weekly Roundup in the FT, with the Chart That Tells A Story. This week it was about Santander cutting the interest rate on its current account.
Today’s post is about starting a HL portfolio – a portfolio with Hargreaves Lansdown, one of the most popular platforms in the UK.
This post is the second in our series on 23 Things about Capitalism, based on the book by Ha-Joon Chang. Today we’re covering things 3 to 5.
We begin today’s weekly roundup in the FT, where Claer Barrett looked at the proposed reforms to the consumer banking market.
Keep it Smooth – Spread your consumption evenly to reach FI quickly
Today’s post is a profile of Guru investor Richard Dennis, who appears in Jack Schwager’s book Market Wizards. His chapter is called A Legend Retires.
Today’s post is about company pension deficits, which have been in the news a lot over recent weeks, following the collapse of the Tata (British) Steel and BHS schemes along with their parent companies.