In this series of posts we've been looking at some mistakes that fund investors often make. By avoiding these, you'll give yourself a much better chance of arriving at your financial goals on time.
In this series of posts I'm taking you through 7 mistakes that fund investors sometimes make. By avoiding these, you'll give yourself a much better chance of arriving at your financial goals on time.
In our last post we discussed why low investment fees shouldn't be you only priority and why performance is crucial. In this post, we'll look at two more common investment mistakes, which are often closely related.
In this new series of posts I'm going to take you through 7 mistakes that fund investors sometimes make. By avoiding these, you'll give yourself a much better chance of arriving at your financial goals on time.
In the second part of this two part blog series, we are going to look at the final two questions DIY investors need to ask themselves each and every day.
Paul and I were recently speaking to a DIY investor and what he had to say was extremely interesting. He told us about a time when he used a ‘tip’ from a newspaper to pick a fund for his ISA and SIPP portfolio. The tip came from what the investor thought was a credible source and he explained how he was extremely pleased that he’d received a valuable recommendation at such a low price.
It’s important to keep a close eye on the market as a piece of positive or negative news, such as an unexpected event, could change its whole dynamic. In fact, the market’s health and direction can easily alter in the space of 24 hours, which is why you should remain vigilant at all times.
In this post we'll examine three major investment industry flaws, their implications for investors and how you can avoid them.
In the fourth of our posts on behavioural finance, we'll look at herd behaviour and the dangers for investors.
In the third of our posts on behavioural investing, we'll look at the dramatic effects the concept of framing can have in an investment context.
In the second of our series of posts on behavioural finance, we'll look at two anomalies that can cause investors to behave in a less than rational way. It's worth considering whether you've ever fallen prey to either of these biases. Chances are, at one point or another, we all have.