Early in 2012, I delivered an investment talk at Singapore’s United World College. After my presentation, a woman in the front row asked, "Why should we invest in the stock market? It hasn’t made money for years. Bonds and savings accounts make much more."
Become A Great Investor On Just 30 Minutes A Year
Alex Honnold clung to the vertical rock face of El Capitan. If his foot slipped or if his fingers cramped on a tiny hold, he would have fallen thousands of feet to his death. He wanted to be the first person in history to climb this legendary wall without a rope.
How Australians And Canadians Can Invest Like Jedi Knights
In the 2017 film, The Last Jedi, Luke Skywalker reluctantly takes one last student. Her name is Rey. But Skywalker fears her natural power. What if Rey turns to the Dark Side, like Darth Vader and Kylo Ren had done?
Have You Found Great Returns That Never Lose Money?
For 21 years, Allan Goldstein invested with a man who made him money every year. In 1990, U.S. stocks dropped about 6 percent. International stocks fell about 24 percent. But that year, Allen made close to double-digit gains.
Steve Forbes is the Editor-in-Chief of Forbes magazine. It’s one of the world’s most respected financial publications. Its columnists have been churning out stories since 1917. For more than 100 years, they’ve been trying to forecast the direction of stocks and bonds.
Why dividends are the most powerful force in the world
When I started investing more than two decades ago, the only thing that interested me was growth. I wanted to see my stock picks rise, and fast. This was the late 1990s when tech was booming and even taxi drivers were handing out tips.
Hedge funds promise to make bucket loads of money during good times and bad. At least, that’s the myth. Reality is different. A diversified portfolio of index funds leaves most hedge funds in its dust.
If you want to generate the best possible returns from investing, it helps if you can keep things clean. That means steering clear of the investment industry's dirty secret, the punitive charges that financial advisers and fund management companies continue to charge expats.