Early in my working life, I decided to save and invest much of my income. I was fortunate to have been exposed to the ideas of compound interest.
I’ve written before that the stock market is currently a very strange place. Despite one of the biggest shocks to the global economy in decades from the coronavirus pandemic, and
Rarely does any so-called “world leader” impress me. Some of them probably mean well in that superior, “I know better than you do what’s good for you” kind of way.
They say having children profoundly changes you. It certainly does. Last week my oldest daughter turned five. Ten days prior, her younger sister turned one.
Recently I came across an old piece I wrote, about four years ago, which today seems more apt than ever. It’s about the long-term consequences of near-zero interest rates,