Category Archives: Investments

Advice and posts on Investments

Rebalancing – do I have to?

Humans have a hard time being investors. Normally, we like to purchase things when they are cheap and avoid them when they are expensive, but that is often not the case for equities. We tend to get overly optimistic and enthusiastic when equity markets rise dramatically, as they have done since the Global Financial Crisis […]

Coronavirus – keep things in perspective

Sailing with the Tides

In the modern era, we have far greater access to world news at just the click of a button, or from flash news alerts on our phones. This is not always a good thing as newspapers and websites publish news stories that will attract readers. It can be all too easy to focus on these […]

Taking small steps towards a more sustainable world

Sustainable Thinking

It does feel as if the world is at an inflection point: step up to the challenges of global warming and other non-sustainable pressures on the Earth’s resources today or let our children and grandchildren reap the havoc of the melting ice caps; sea water level rises; deforestation and a decline in biodiversity; desertification and […]

Recent Market Volatility

Market Falls

In recent days the increase in volatility in the stock market has resulted in renewed anxiety for many investors. While it may be difficult to remain calm during a substantial market decline, it is important to remember that volatility is a normal part of investing. Additionally, for long-term investors, reacting emotionally to volatile markets may […]