Financial Freedom

WARREN BUFFET : TOP TEN QUOTES OF ALL TIME

September 13, 2011

WARREN BUFFET : TOP TEN QUOTES OF ALL TIME Warren Buffet, also known as the “Oracle of Omaha” is an American business investor, magnate and philanthropist. He is widely regarded as one of the most successful investors in the world. He is the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway and is consistently ranked amongst the […]

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SELL in May and go away, buy again on St Leger Day

September 12, 2011
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Masked Marvel produced a great display to win Flat racing’s final Classic of the season, the St Leger at Doncaster on Saturday 10th September 2011. With that race over are we going to see a rally at last in the Stock Market ?  I first wrote about the old adage of  ‘SELL in May and […]

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FINANCIAL EDUCATION FOR OUR KIDS IS A MUST

September 7, 2011

When you were at school, did you learn about money ? I bet the answer is NO. For myself it was not until I took A-Level Economics that I learnt about the Monetarism and the Money Supply, taxation policies, the accelerator effect,… etc : but even so THIS WAS NOT REAL FINANCIAL EDUCATION.  Most of […]

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6 Little Spending Mistakes that can cost you your Financial Freedom

August 30, 2011
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Can’t seem to get ahead financially? Debts piling up? Maybe you’re making some of these mistake unknowingly. These mistakes listed below will help you understand where you may be going wrong and how to get back on track quickly. You can become debt free. Mistake 1. Living Beyond Your Means This is the real cause […]

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SELL in May and go away, buy again on St Leger Day

August 29, 2011
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I am sure that all investors know the famous old adage : ‘SELL in May and go away, buy again on St Leger Day,’? This used to be a byword for smart stock market investing.  The saying goes back to the days when Londonstock brokers took the summer off to launch their “gels” into high […]

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Postive Action List

August 29, 2011
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Hi everyone,  I am back from holidays (albeit just a week). In the end we caved in to the demands of my children and went to Centreparcs (no publicity intended). Although it rained everyday in the forest the kids had a great time doing all the activities (swimming, biking, horseriding, golfing, badminton, more swimming, bowling,…). […]

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5 Reasons why YOU need to get a good nights sleep

August 19, 2011

 5 Reasons to sleep longer and better  Most of the time when we wake up we are still tired and mainly due to the fact that either we have gone to bed very late in the early hours of the morning or we have had a restless sleep. Is it good for us – research […]

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5 good reasons why I trade

August 16, 2011
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I think there comes a time (especially when the market is in a downturn and the screens are red) when we all have to ask ourselves why are we investing / trading. It might be a silly question to most, but I decided to put pen to paper and come up with 5 good reasons […]

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JK Rowling: Richest Woman Alive

July 19, 2011
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I think I can safely say that Joanne Rowling, the author of the famous Harry Potter series of books (sales of 400 million copies), has achieved financial freedom. She could I am sure never have to lift pen to paper again and would comfortably live off a considerable fortune and passive income stream: reportedly at […]

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What is Financial Freedom ?

June 30, 2011

By Guest writer Michael Pound What is Financial Freedom to YOU? Financial freedom means different things to different people. Some people consider financial freedom to mean 100% debt free. Other people consider financial freedom as having enough money saved in the bank to live off, but how much is enough? How long are we going […]

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