Tagged: Psychology

Weekly Roundup, 23rd August 2016

Weekly Roundup, 23rd August 2016

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.

Weekly Roundup, 9th August 2016

Weekly Roundup, 9th August 2016

The big news last week was the Bank of England’s stimulus package, and the first interest rate cut for seven years. We’ll spend most of today’s Weekly Roundup talking about that, but I’ll squeeze a few more things in as well.

Weekly Roundup, 19th July 2016

Weekly Roundup, 19th July 2016

We begin today’s Weekly Roundup in the FT, with the Chart That Tells A Story. This week it was about entrepreneurship, particularly in the over-50s.

Weekly Roundup, 1st March 2016

Weekly Roundup, 1st March 2016

We begin today’s Weekly Roundup in the FT, with the Chart That Tells A Story. Adam Palin asked whether the financial crisis actually hit the rich hardest.

Weekly Roundup, 10th November 2015

Weekly Roundup, 10th November 2015

Weekly Roundup for the UK Private Investor: cash, commodities, robo-advice, Pension ISA, housebuilders, wishful thinking, SDRs, China and Japan.

Weekly Roundup, 15th September 2015

Weekly Roundup, 15th September 2015

Weekly Roundup for the UK Private Investor: contrarian thinking, drawdown risks, the Fed and interest rates, mini-bonds, austerity and blunt feedback.

Weekly Roundup, 10th September 2015

Weekly Roundup, 10th September 2015

Weekly Roundup for the UK Private Investor: UK share owners, value investing, end of inflation, wealth & happiness, interest rate rises, emerging markets.