Tag: Investments


Why not having all your eggs in one basket makes sense – but not for the reason you think.

Most people would think that when a financial adviser mentions the word diversification, they will be referring to investments, spreading risk that kind of thing. This is true, however this month I am going to talk about diversification of ‘product’. People often ask me what is best, an ISA, a Pension, that kind of question. There is no categoric answer

Read more


The Return of Inflation – A Lesson From History…Perhaps?

As a financial planner, I help clients in many ways, often using cashflow modelling to provide bespoke pictorial predictions of someone’s financial future to help them work towards their objectives. One metric that I build into the system is Inflation. For years it is has tended to go quite unnoticed with an equivalent annual rate for Consumer Prices Index (CPI),

Read more


Where Do We Go From Here?

As questions go, it’s a short one – just 6 words. However, anyone trying to answer it at the moment, will take a great deal longer, with liberal use of that word, ‘However’ being required! In recent weeks I have thought of COVID 19 and all its implications (not just financial), as being like going into a dark tunnel. For

Read more