The office is closed…23rd June 2017

The office is closed…23rd June 2017

There’s a lot of talk at the moment about the next stock market crash, and whilst history tells us there will be another one at some point, if you really knew when, why would you waste time telling everyone about it when you could be making your fortune? Anyway, when the next downturn happens, remember these words [2 min read]

Understanding Amazon’s goals. Interesting stuff. Groceries are not books ;o [3 min read]

As if active fund managers didn’t have enough to worry about, it seems investors seeking alpha are now preferring to put their faith in computers rather than humans. [2 min read]

14 Things the Market Does Not Care About. All true. [2 min read]

I found this article thought-provoking. We discuss this issue a lot with clients. Why, as a parent, would you want your children — even if it is on some tiny, tiny, tiny subconscious level — waiting around for you to die, so they can inherit money they could use now?  [2 min read]

“Revolutions are impossible, until they’re not, and then they seem totally normal.” [1 min read]

And finally. One of those wonderfully bizarre stories you only find thanks to the wonders of the internet.  Paying people to queue for you – it’s a thing, apparently (can’t see it catching on in the UK to be honest – we love queueing too much ;o) [4 min read]

Whatever you’re up to this weekend, I hope it’s a good one.

Warm regards