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Can We Expect Lower Returns In The Future?

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Posted by Paul Philip

on Friday, 22 January 2016 10:27

buffett futureIf you have invested for any length of time, you will have heard the expression "Past results are not an indication of future performance." The best in our industry not only agree with that but some feel that in the coming years we should prepare ourselves for lower returns than we are used to. If the markets are indeed prepared to not be as generous, then keeping fees as low as possible has never been more important. We need to keep as much of the overall return as possible... CLICK HERE to watch the video

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Use Accelerators to Achieve Your Goals FAST!

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Posted by Eamonn Percy - The Percy Group

on Friday, 22 January 2016 06:58

“When everything seems to be going against you, remember that the airplane takes off against the wind, not with it.” Henry Ford

George Bernard Shaw once said that “Youth is wasted on the young!” It’s true: not because the youth don’t necessarily appreciate the abundance they have, but because they don’t appreciate the time they have remaining to create more abundance. We all like to think that we have an ample amount of time to accomplish everything we wish in our lives. The reality is quite different. We often underestimate the amount of time, and effort, involved in truly accomplishing great goals, since we likely haven’t done it before. We don’t really appreciate the time we have and many of us waste what little time we do have in the pursuit of meaningless pastimes, trivia, time wasters and low value activities.

Later in life, our responsibilities and opportunities seem to increase in direct proportion to the decrease in available time. Renowned Canadian Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Joe Segal refers to this declining balance as ‘the runway of life’. Our lifespan is finite, and just like a runway, it will come to an end. There is no extension, or extra time, or second life to live. This is truly it!

Consequently, it’s important to be wise with the limited time you have and avoid time consuming people and activities. This will make an enormous difference in your life and immediately free you up to achieve greater productivity and focus throughout our day. While this alone won’t give you sufficient time to accomplish your most important goals, time wasters should be ruthlessly eliminated from every possible aspect of your life.

I believe the best way to generate more time is to use accelerators. Back to the runway of life analogy – while a jet fighter cannot increase the length of a runway, it can use afterburners to massively accelerate and take off in half the distance. Just like a jet, we too can use accelerators to massively increase our capacity and achieve more results in a shorter period of time.

Quality education is a form of accelerator. Whether at a top high school, university, night school or even the school of hard knocks, we can massively increase our capacity in a very short period of time and learn skills from those that have gone before us.

What are other accelerators can you use? Try these:



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Sage investment advice from Mike Tyson

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Posted by SuperAdmin

on Tuesday, 19 January 2016 07:32

tyson-money[Editor’s note: This letter was penned by Tim Price, London-based wealth manager and editor of Price Value International.]

In a crisis, it helps to have good counsel. Consider the following sage advice from investment strategist Mike Tyson:

“Everyone has a plan ‘til they get punched in the mouth.”

Or as German military strategist Helmuth von Moltke the Elder put it, somewhat more formally:

“No battle plan ever survives contact with the enemy.”

The enemy has been quick to show himself this year, in the form of a bear market, at least for stocks.

This bear has so far been quick, and indiscriminate: the US; Europe; China; stock markets have fallen sharply, internationally.

Investors, being human, have scrambled in search of an explanatory narrative.



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How to Win the Loser's Game - Part 5

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Posted by Sensible Investing TV

on Wednesday, 13 January 2016 11:33

“Do you play the market?”. The answer should be a resounding no as the market is not a game. In fact it’s quite scientific. A trio of nobel prize winning economists each have created a model that better helps us to understand the science behind the market. Let’s see what Harry Markowitz, William F. Sharpe and Eugene Fama can teach us about the science of the stock market and of modern portfolio theory. Let’s watch….

“If you are serious about investing and building wealth the video documentary series ‘How To Win The Losers Game” is a must see. It’s excellent. 

After watching the video if you want to learn more about better low-cost, long-term, low-maintenance, diversified investment strategies, download our free guide “12 Essential Ideas For Building Wealth” by clicking on the banner at the top of this page.

Paul Philip, Financial Wealth Builders Securities





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No One Can Time the Market Consistently

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Posted by Paul Philip

on Wednesday, 13 January 2016 11:22

davidchambersMarket timers use a vast array of techniques to gain an advantage on everyone else. Some study companies while others look to the economy. John Maynard Keynes is considered to be the father or modern day macroeconomics. Was he successful in his attempts to time the market? Let's find out.... CLICK HERE to watch the complete video

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