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Since 2015, I’ve written over 240 articles on investing, economics and business. In 2019, my new content was almost exclusively investing related and so I took the decision to start an ‘index’ of useful articles for new readers to flick through to review the basic concepts covered over the last few years.
I’ll keep expanding this section as the site grows but the great thing about websites is that as it becomes unwieldy, I can simply split the content out further to improve indexing.
My Investment Philosophy
These five articles are an introduction to my strategy and the overarching philosophy that help me to define my actions in different market conditions.
Last week, I wrote a post about portfolio management and signalled my intention to cover
The markets have been increasingly volatile over the last few months. After an extended period
Passive investing, usually entailing the purchase of low-cost index trackers and Exchange Traded Funds, has
The ability to acquire income generating assets is an essential part of achieving financial independence.
There are many criteria I consider when making an investment in a stock. Among them
Understanding Company Fundamentals
These articles are a soft introduction in how I analyse a company’s financial performance. They’re not intended as a comprehensive ‘financial analysis’ toolkit; more as an overview of the basic concepts.
Having covered a number of company fundamentals that demonstrate how a company is operating (Turnover,
Leverage, or debt as it is more commonly known, is a term that refers to
Profit is an economic concept which occurs when the income from an economic transaction exceed
Turnover is a financial term which refers to how much cash has entered a company’s
These articles are an overview of how I manage my portfolio, mainly focused around the buying and selling of different companies.
In numerous previous posts, I’ve written about my preference for income-generating investments, but I’m aware
In my previous article, I wrote about my approach to portfolio risk management and the
The key building blocks of my approach to portfolio management are to keep risks tightly
If asked, I generally describe myself as a ‘buy and hold’ investor. The buying bit
Half way through writing part one of this series, I realised that this is actually
In part three of this series on when to sell, I’m going to explore more
These articles are an overview of my approach to risk management within my portfolio including how to identify, measure and manage risks.
A few days ago it was put to me that investing requires little skill and
Last year, I wrote an article which introduced some of the ways in which investors
The last few weeks have reinforced the importance of portfolio managers and private investors having