What caught my eye this week. The rebooted US financial blog Get Rich Slowly posted some interesting data this week about the benefits of working the dreaded One More Year – or even a few more – before retiring. It’s interesting to see the results recast as ‘standard of living’ rather than just dollars banked: […]

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The relationship between risk and reward is a cornerstone of understanding long-term investing. As we saw in a previous lesson, the various asset classes – cash, bonds, property, equities and so on – sit on a continuum of rising risk and reward. Cash is the least risky asset class – it’s often considered risk-free – […]

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