Tag Archives: Investors

Patience Pays Off

Investors would do well to expect the unexpected every year

Weston Wellington, the Vice President of Dimensional Fund Advisors in the US provides timely commentary and insight in response to prominent financial media headlines and topics concerning investors today. In this article he warns that Investors would do well to expect the unexpected every year.

Secrets of Financial Success

Secrets of Financial Success It may or may not have escaped your notice that on Monday this week, this year’s Noble Prize in economics was awarded to three American economists; Eugene Fama, Lars Peter Hansen and Robert Shiller, who have spent their academic lives looking at stock market pricing concepts in different ways. Why should […]

Investors Crash Course – Part 7

Part seven of an eight-part series on the lessons to learn from stock market history explains why, despite the constant temptation to trade, the best thing that investors can do once they’ve built a portfolio that matches their attitude to risk is… nothing (apart from rebalancing once or twice a year). With expert analysis from […]

Investing & Football…

Even if you are not a football fan you will have seen that Tottenham Hotspur has sold its star player, Gareth Bale, to Real Madrid for a world-record €100m. Even in the profligate world of elite football, that’s a staggering sum of money. Just how much is illustrated by Tottenham buying seven players, for about […]