Time and money – when is the best time to invest in the stock market? All of my missions as set out in my book, 10 Things Everyone Needs to Know About Money, and elsewhere in blog posts, is to persuade people to put some of their savings into long-term stock market investments. Then peopleContinue reading “Why carpe diem beats carpe tomorrow”
Get into your time machine, travel back and ask your great-great grandmother to invest for you. According to the Credit Suisse Global Investment Returns Yearbook, if your great-great-grandmother had invested one dollar in the US stock market in 1900, that would be worth just under $70,000 by the end of 2019, or $40,000 if youContinue reading “Why it pays to invest in the stock market.”
In earlier posts in my time and money series I talk about investing in the stock market for the long-term, ideally for over 10 years but certainly for over 5 years so that you can ride out gyrations in the markets and allow the magic of compounding to work. Stick your investment away, select automaticContinue reading “Time and money – the secrets of Robinson Crusoe investing”
Why your time isn’t free.
Why retirement age might increase.
What you can do about it.
Reckless conservatism – what not to do.
Why did I decide to write 10 Things Everyone Needs to Know About Money? What makes it different? What is its special alchemy? Sometimes books are the fruit of a long obsession, of years of dreaming, plotting, planning. Sometimes they’re born of a throwaway remark, a chance encounter, a lightbulb moment when you think whatContinue reading “The curious alchemy of writer and illustrator”