Oct 29, 2019
Professor Sir Muir Gray has worked in public health for 40 years, focusing on disease prevention (particularly helping people to stop smoking) and population ageing.
He is a renowned leading Consultant in Public Health in Oxford University Hospital NHS Trust and a professor in the University of Oxford’s department of...
Oct 22, 2019
Roger Whitney believes that planning for retirement is just as much about intentional saving as it is about intentional living.
Like me, he believes the best retirement strategies are grounded in what’s important in your life right now and in the future.
Roger is an American Certified Financial Planner, author...
Oct 15, 2019
Do you ever feel that there is just too much information and choice today?
Behavioural finance expert Brian Portnoy has found a way to achieve simplicity in our world of information overload and shares his perspective in two fascinating books The Investor's Paradox and The Geometry of Wealth.
In his books, Brian...
Oct 8, 2019
Most people think of Tai Chi as a wonderful relaxing exercise performed in parks throughout China, in the early morning. This is true to some extent.
Tai Chi is relaxing, but it also strengthens the body, improves circulation and is an effective form of self-defence.
The holistic nature of this ancient martial art makes...
Oct 1, 2019
We have unbelievable political uncertainty at the moment and it’s hard to deny that it’s causing considerable market turmoil. You may well be wondering what effect this will have upon your investments and retirement savings.
Are you okay with gritting your teeth and keeping your carefully structured portfolio on...