Are you frustrated by poor return on your investments?

Learn how to invest for the long-term.

We will help you:

  • ​Master asset allocation, a key driver of long-term returns
  • Avoid pitfalls (overconfidence, loss aversion, confirmation bias)
  • Learn how use macroeconomic data to inform your investments
  • Construct your own top-down view on the global economy
  • ​Learn the potential reward and risk of each asset type
  • Understand volatility, risk and diversification
  • Learn how to construct and manage a cross-asset portfolio
  • Avoid paying fees on your investments
  • Avoid investment scams

This email course will teach you the basics:

  • Use P/E ratios to find cheap shares
  • Compare share income with dividend yield
  • How bonds work and duration risk
  • How to calculate risk with volatility
  • How to reduce risk by diversification
  • How to find a broker and trade
  • What funds are and how to choose them
  • How to seek independent financial advice

This is just scratching the surface of how we can help. We would love to hear from you, click this button to get in touch:

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Our financial blog:

Interview with Chris Stringman author of “Win, Lose, Repeat”
Chris Stringman is a "regular guy" who got involved in financial spread betting and lost £130,000 as a result. He wrote a book called "Win, Lose, Repeat" and in this interview, he gives us some of his motivations for writing the book and how he kicked his spread betting gambling addiction.
Fabulous Fulcrum Fees From Fidelity
Fidelity is a global investment company with 45,000 employees and $6 trillion in customer assets under administration: when Fidelity talks people listen. They have just announced that they will offer performance-related fees ("fulcrum fees") because active fees are a "challenge the industry can no longer duck and has to tackle head on... only active managers who provide demonstrable value will thrive".
Why I’m Not Cheering 80% UK Fund Outperformance for Mid 2017
S&P has published it's mid-2017 S&P Indices vs Active (SPIVA) Europe Scorecard. This is a very large-scale international survey performed[...]

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