Archive of: Finance

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The benefits of investing the old-fashioned way May 16 2014

The benefits of investing the old-fashioned way

Most products developed in the past few decades have made it more complicated for the average investor

The perils of historical delusion May 2 2014

The perils of historical delusion

Without considering context, rational decision-making is compromised

March 7 2014

Three lessons ‘Downton Abbey’ can teach us about business

Lord Grantham can illuminate what not to do when securing your financial future

Revisiting the myth of tax deferral March 7 2014

Revisiting the myth of tax deferral

Tax efficiencies should be an integral part of any sound investment plan

6 things 2013 should have taught us about the financial markets, but didn’t February 21 2014

6 things 2013 should have taught us about the financial markets, but didn’t

It’s buyer beware, as the bull market turns 5

Transparency and the financial advisor February 7 2014

Transparency and the financial advisor

Any professional who doesn’t tell clients how they make their money isn’t being fully transparent

January 24 2014

Navigating the complexities of valuing a business

Choosing the wrong approach could dramatically impact your company

The stock market in 2014: up, but volatile January 24 2014

The stock market in 2014: up, but volatile

In the short term, markets move on current sentiment; longer term, they move on fundamentals

10 ways to attract investors January 10 2014

10 ways to attract investors

There are a number of hurdles to clear before a business is ready to take the step

Taking stock of your family’s financial future January 10 2014

Taking stock of your family’s financial future

Whether inherited or newly created, getting your wealth was only half the battle