I always aim to demystify investing.
If some of my messages have managed to do that, half my work is done. I look forward to creating more insights and tools next year to clarify and, perhaps, inspire your investment strategy.
Holiday Reads, Listens and Viewings …
If you have time during the holidays, I would highly recommend these …
The Little Book of Common Sense Investing – written by John Bogle, the legendary founder of Vanguard. My own investment philosophies have been heavily influenced by Bogle. This is one of the best, and clearest, books on investing there is. An easy one to finish during the holidays.
Morgan Housel is also a brilliant author but I could listen to his genius wisdom anytime. Everything he says just makes sense!
You’ll love the way he uses stories to illustrate the simplicity of investing.
In this podcast he appears as a guest on Steven Bartlett’s fantastic podcast Diary of a CEO. Listen on Spotify or Apple
Second, you can catch me on this episode of the Rodcast where i discussed the Q4 outlook for markets and my investment pick for the quarter which performed pretty strongly (as did the others’ picks too).
Two things to Watch Madoff:
The Monster of Wall Street is one of the most eye-opening things I watched this year. Both fascinating and grim, this Netflix docu-series reveals how Madoff created the biggest-ever investment ponzi scheme. There are countless lessons on Due Diligence here!
How Options are like Property is the best video ever created on YouTube. Ok, maybe a slight exaggeration … its by yours truly and I’ve just created it – my first on YouTube!
In the video I explain – step-by-step – how to to create monthly income by renting out shares – just like property.
For more guidance, our Investment Academy will help you implement all of this in a step-by-step way.
Thousands of people have learnt how to diversify and pound-cost-average into low-cost, set-and-forget ETFs & Funds for inflation-beating growth. And Options to create recurring income.
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