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Learn from the most respected Academics and Wealth Management experts in our 3 minute video interviews. Topics covered include from basic investment concepts like diversification, to reviews of complex Academic publications.
Risk and volatility are not the same thing
Can investors learn from the Yale Model
Data on active fund performance you can’t ignore
Why experiences trump possessions
Should investors buy cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin?
Advice on diversification from a Nobel Laureate
How are index funds run?
Why indexing makes sense
Why controlling investment costs is so important
How to succeed at factor-based investing
Why social media can be bad for your wealth
The damning evidence on active fund performance
Dr David Blake.
What we can learn from very long-term market data
Prof Elroy Dimson.
The paradox of skill
Which risk factors are the most important?
Investment tips from an industry insider.
Why new funds are best avoided.
Are investors reluctant to realise their losses?
Are index funds becoming too popular?
Availability bias — a mental shortcut that can wreck your investments
The line between active and passive is increasingly blurred
What can investors learn from Brexit and Trump?
Investors really need to know themselves.
What is SPIVA and what does it tell us.
Why couples need to talk about investing.
Even fund managers can’t identify future outperformers.
How to respond to crashes and corrections.
Can we expect lower returns in the future?
Can investors control the way they behave?
How should investors diversify their portfolios
Why professional advice is so important when approaching retirement
Investors need to learn to sit on their hands
Diversification, the only free lunch in investing
You need to be aware of your biases
Should stock investors rotate between different industries?
You need an Adviser, not a Salesman.
No one can time the market consistently.
Don’t make important investment decisions when you’re stressed.
How significant are investment fees and charges over the long term?
What proportion of actively managed funds consistently beat the market?
Research shows that traders are prone to act like gamblers
Why there are too many active fund managers for their own good
High growth doesn't mean higher stock returns
Don’t assume outperformance is down to skill