Here we are at session number 73 , and we’re going to be continuing our thread from last week about how to retire early. Last time we covered all the things you need to know to get your head in the right place to even think about retiring early, and I gave you some homework to do before this session. Did you do it? No? Right, see me after class…
I’m on leave
I’m taking two weeks out form everything internet related and getting some quality time with my family. The podcast will be released on time each week as usual, but I will be slow responding to emails and comments on the site.
I look forward to returning, rested and refreshed on 8th September.
How To Win At The Loser’s Game
Check out the trailer of a new documentary: How To Win At The Loser’s Game.
I’ll be speaking to Robin Powell, the creator of the documentary for the podcast in a couple of weeks, so watch out for Session 76. In the meantime, the documentary is being releaed bit by bit over at SensibleInvesting.tv – check it out!
Here we are at session number 72 , and we’re going to be talking about How to retire early. I reckon this is going to be at least a two part podcast, if not three, but it’s going to be a good one with some actionable points and some thought-provoking stuff to really get you thinking about retirement and all that that means.
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Here we are at session number 71 , and we’re going to be talking about how to keep your head in a financial crisis. There are few skills more important to financial success than learning to focus on the longer term, even when the short term looks pretty hairy. In this week’s show I’ll look at this in detail so you’re armed the next time a blip in the markets threatens to derail your plans…
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Here we are at session number 70 , and we’re going to be talking about Investment Trusts. These very specific kinds of investment vehicles are neglected by many investors and advisers alike, for various reasons. But you should know about them, because they do have advantages – and risks – that other funds like Unit Trusts and OEICs do not.