Expert Opinion

Virtual Afternoon Tea Replay – With Neil Bage

Dominic, June 12th, 2020

So to see what links armed robbery, lemon juice, photographs of Norway, Charles II and our ability to make decisions in a world increasingly full of information, be sure to catch up with this fascinating discussion below.

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Putting Natural Yield Retirement Income to The Test

Abraham Okusanya, June 8th, 2020

The global lockdown continues to throw up important lessons. In particular, it’s a useful time to test one’s thesis about investing and retirement planning. I’ve always thought that a good retirement strategy should hold up, not just in good times, but especially in bad times.

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Taking Steps In The Right Direction

Dominic, June 8th, 2020

Climate change, the habitat destruction of palm oil farming, ocean plastic, zero contract hours, child labour and income inequality are amongst the many challenges that we face in the world. Our attention has increasingly been drawn to the issue of ‘sustainability’ by campaigners such as Sir David Attenborough and Greta Thunberg. Most of us – in our heart of hearts – know that the human race is doing a pretty poor job at present of balancing the claims of the present on the world and its resources against the claims of future generations.

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Supporting Witney Foodbank During COVID-19

Dominic, May 5th, 2020

During these challenging times, many people in the Witney area are struggling to supply enough food for themselves and their families. This can be due to interruptions to regular income caused by the lock-down, delayed benefit payments or simply as a result of panic buying in our supermarkets.

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Viewing your portfolio through the right lens

Jonathan, April 29th, 2020

One of the positive consequences of the current lockdown is that it does provide the opportunity to revisit a few of those old tasks, hobbies and pleasures that always seem to get put on the back burner in our busy lives. For some that might be picking up a new or re-reading a favourite book. Here is an example of the latter: in the early 2000s Nassim Nicholas Taleb published a wonderful book titled ‘Fooled by Randomness’ with the descriptive sub-title ‘The hidden role of chance in life and in the markets’.

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‘Vox populi’ and the wisdom of crowds

Dominic, April 16th, 2020

Many of those reading this short note will have, at some time, travelled down to Devon for a lovely summer break amongst the rolling fields, moors and beautiful beaches of this somewhat remote county. Only a few will have ventured into Plymouth, the famous naval seaport and home to Sir Francis Drake (that famous Elizabethan pirate who so vexed our Spanish friends by stealing their gold) and the site of the departure of the Mayflower with the pilgrims on board heading to America 400 years ago this year. Even fewer will know that it was the place of an amazing insight into the powerful nature of crowds, which provides us with a wonderful word picture of how markets operate.

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Important Information For Our Clients (During Coronavirus)

Dominic, March 20th, 2020

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