Monday January 20, 2020

When it pays to top up after you get sliced down

A company’s share price can take a tumble through no fault of its own. Don’t panic: do your homework, and it might be an opportunity rather than a threat

21st October, 2018

It amazes me how many people with a financial background don’t save by way of equity investment, apart from the shares they get issued each year in the company they work for.

When I worked for stock market-quoted financial institutions, I was surprised how many of my colleagues – most of whom were experienced and highly capable individuals working in risk management of one kind or another – avoided equity purchases and were...

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