Tagged: What works

Weekly Roundup, 15th December 2015

Weekly Roundup, 15th December 2015

Today’s Weekly Roundup starts with the week’s big story – the Fed’s interest rate rise, covered in five articles in the Economist, and another in the FT.

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.

Weekly Roundup, 28th July 2015

Weekly Roundup, 28th July 2015

Weekly Roundup for the UK Private Investor – gold, income investing, P2P, buy-to-let, farmland, angels, bonds, minimum wage, tech boom, Enron.

Weekly Roundup, 1st July 2015

Weekly Roundup, 1st July 2015

Weekly Roundup: tax credits, bond proxies, mini-bonds, the psychology of pensions, US pension deficits, interest rates & growth and Bitcoin again.

Weekly Roundup, 23rd June 2015

Weekly Roundup, 23rd June 2015

Weekly Roundup for the UK Private Investor: market complacency, P2P for SMEs, private wealth, UK fracking, alternative VC, true contrarians and Bitcoin

Weekly Roundup, 10th Matrch 2015

Weekly Roundup, 10th March 2015

Weekly Roundup for the UK Private Investor: tax avoidance, VCTs, pensions, P2P, crowdfunding, farmland, trading rules, Apple and property taxes

Weekly Roundup,20th January 2015

Weekly Roundup, 20th January 2015

As usual, we begin our weekly roundup in the FT. FX Turbulence Paul Murphy and Judith Evans1 both wrote about the fallout from the sudden removal of the three-year-old Swiss...

Weekly roundup for UK DIY investor

Weekly Roundup,
18th November 2014

This week, there was a lot of attention in the papers and online about the consequences of the falling oil price. I will return to this in a later post....