The millionaire next door is one of my top books of all time. This great financial manuscript was one of the reasons which got me serious about saving and investing in 2014. Even though this was a good thing, it is a shame that I had this awakening when I was just about 30 years old. Continue reading
100 Billion Dollars but nowhere to spend it. This has been one of Warren Buffett’s biggest problems in 2017. For us small investors, we are always scrambling to put as much capital as we can as soon as possible into the appropriate investment vehicles. Our problem is having to little cash relative to investment opportunities as opposed to the opposite scenario for Buffett.
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Rebalancing investments is one of the most important steps in portfolio management for both individual and institutional investors. The main purpose of rebalancing is to ensure that your portfolio maintains the desired asset allocation, so that you can meet your goals while also preserving your wealth. With many methods for rebalancing available, here I will outline some and describe which one I think is best. Continue reading
Today we can see rapid developments in automation coming seemingly from every direction. From self driving cars, package delivery by drones, self service supermarket checkouts to robo-advisors in the financial industry. To take advantage of this and make massive cost savings, companies will strive to utilise the new technology, sometimes sadly at the cost of human job roles. Continue reading