Finance is full of jargon. If you do a quick online search for “investing terms” you’ll find everything from “quadruple witching” to “xenocurrency”.
We’ve decided to go back to school and give you the ABCs on the investing terms we believe are the most important for you to understand. It’s not exhaustive, and rather than put filler we’re skipping some of the letters. But after reading this post, you’ll have a better understanding of the terms we float around. Continue reading “The ABCs (mostly) of investing”
We all have cognitive biases in our lives – an inclination to give a preference to something or someone. Biases distort our thinking and often result in us making poor and ill-informed decisions. Very often we’re not even aware we have them! Worst of all, these biases can lead to very bad investment choices.
Continue reading “5 biases that can make you a terrible investor”
On tea and sympathy: I had a catch up this weekend past with a family friend, a lady my mum’s generation who I’ve known for years. I’m going to call her Sue (she didn’t want to use her actual name). During our tea and debrief session, we got onto the topic of money.
Continue reading “Your brain is making you poorer”