Learn about preparing for life after full-time work through posts from Don's upcoming book.
Three approaches to this investment question
The same as before, even in a low-to-zero interest rate environment (except …)
Dr Tom Philips says it in fewer than 700 words!
This is my take on how responsible institutional investors act, in practice
Introducing the stages in Route 2 of Freedom, Time, Happiness (and a note about the podcasts)
Of course we hope for good outcomes when we invest. But we must consider the possibility that outcomes will be bad, perhaps even over long periods. That’s what risk means. Let’s take a look at history again, this time looking at bad news.
One for the geeks among you. Equities embody growth-seeking. But many people hope that they can use equity dividends as a component of their safety-oriented investments.
When partners find that they have different attitudes to risk, there are many sensible ways to proceed.
Sometimes partners find that they have different attitudes to risk. This post shows several examples.
Once we have made a calculation of the effect of good and bad outcomes, we need to think about how we’d react to these outcomes. That enables us to make a decision on our attitude to risk.