2017 have been a year of UK FTSE high volatility for many reputable companies with big cap like Dixons, Provident Financials, Next, Pearson, Carllion and BT. These dramas have been mainly cascaded from the outcome of Brexit, high inflation, value of pounds and personal credit. On the media, the UK economy is doing well from the FTSE100 performance yet many companies have lost their market value. I strongly believe the FTSE100 is artificial and not giving the actual guidance on the actual UK economy reflection post Brexit. These are my recommendation for safe investors in this turbulent period.
Historically a financial crash have destroyed national economy, companies and families. Most countries takes years or decades to recover and some do not. We have seen some of the largest companies in the world go into bankruptcy. Families have been affected and some even take their own lives. Yes, it is really a gloomy fact which non of us wants to go through. When should we prepare for a financial crash as an personal investor in stocks and shares? Answer: We must always be prepared for the worse!
It took me about 15 years before I actually turn my theory investment plans into practical works. For this article I want to help you take the next step and actually start your very first investment! -Read More
‘Its our problem-free philosophy Hakuna Matata’.
In 1994 Disney (Lion King) introduce one of the best catch phrase which we use once in a while in our conversation to elaborate on the chill-pill alternative. If children and kids were allowed to invest on stocks and shares supported by their own research and justification, they will be more successful that any fund manager in the world. They basically posses the spirit of Hakuna Matata with no worries on the investment they commit to. -Read More
I am in my mid 30s with comfortable level savings, steady outgoings, credit card debts are under control, matured career, afford to travel a couple times a year and not into any more gadgets or expensive gear. Some at 36 have kids and others are still single. But the common ground for both mid 30s is comfortable level of savings. How do I invest for growth? Is it too late to take a little risk? Continue reading “How to invest and become a millionaire? (Mid-30s)”