As the US Election race finally comes to an end next week (we hope), financial journalists are rolling out the most expected of headlines. I've just typed "what happens to markets if Trump wins" into Google and sat here laughing for the last half hour. The importance of who becomes the next US President is … Continue reading How Will Markets React to the US Election?
As a financial planner it is one of the most common questions I get asked. But if you ask anyone in financial services for an honest answer, they'll tell you the truth - a market forecast is nothing more than a guess. And there is just as much chance (or often more) of them being wrong … Continue reading You Really Want to Know Where the Market is Headed?
While I don't intend for my Blog to focus only on market updates I think the current volatility we are seeing requires frequent communication. An important aspect of ensuring our financial lives are in order is to make sure we have money when we need it. We do this by managing our savings, investing and spending. We can control two of … Continue reading Financial Market Volatility and Global Growth
In simple terms, Price is what you pay for something and Value is what it's worth. If you think about a bike (yes I'm a bit obsessed) the Price might be $1,500 but the real Value is the enjoyment and improvement in fitness it can provide. The same definition of Price and Value is applicable … Continue reading The Difference between Price and Value