The World in a Week 55.5 – Ebb and Flow
  • Posted by: Jon Doyle
  • Category: Blog

The ebb and flow of sentiment is critical in the short term. The markets will overreact to both good news and bad.

The key as investors is to manage our behaviour think strategically and long term

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The World In A Week 55 – A Week Of Firsts
  • Posted by: Jon Doyle
  • Category: Blog

It was a week of firsts across the globe. Not all were bad news and China started showing signs of getting back towards normality.

In other god news there are tentative signs that the infection rate is slowing in both Spain and Italy,

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How to start when you are struggling to save
  • Posted by: Jon Doyle
  • Category: Blog, Investments, Personal Finance

One of the foundations of proper financial planning is having cash savings. Despite the importance of this cash buffer, a surprisingly high number of people have no savings on which to fall back during unexpected tough times. New research by National Savings & Investments (NS&I) has found that nearly a quarter of people in the…

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The World In A Week 54.5 – Data! Data! Data!
  • Posted by: Jon Doyle
  • Category: Blog

Sir Conan Doyle’s famous fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes, couldn’t form any theories or draw any conclusions until he had sufficient data. yet economic data is likely to become increasingly less reliable as a result of the COVID-19 lockdown.

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How over-50s can earn money from home quickly
  • Posted by: Jon Doyle
  • Category: Blog, Personal Finance

With the UK on lockdown because of Coronavirus, many over-50s are looking for the best way to earn an income without leaving the house.

We look at a few simple ways you can earn extra money from home.

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