How higher interest rates affect takeovers and mergers By: Tim Bennett03.11.23 Tim explains why fewer companies are doing deals at the moment, both publicly and privately, and sums up the implications for investors. https://youtu.be/mrgk7lUSgSM
Three traps young investors should avoid By: Tim Bennett27.10.23 Tim highlights three errors that younger, less experienced investors are prone to make and explains how to avoid repeating them. https://youtu.be/NgnhS2DisTY
When and how should investors seek advice? By: Tim Bennett20.10.23 In this short video, Tim offers some pointers when it comes to deciding whether to use an investment app, or engage a human Adviser.
Why the best advisers know their clients well By: Tim Bennett11.11.22 Before we engage any professional adviser, there are certain things they should find out about us first, as Tim explains in his latest video. https://youtu.be/_YYhzvgIbQs
What a weak pound means for investors By: Tim Bennett14.10.22 Tim explains why sterling has been testing new lows recently and assesses the implications for investors. https://youtu.be/V-I8KufMUtI
What investors can learn from “quiet quitters.” By: Tim Bennett07.10.22 A new type of employee – the “quiet quitter” – is being hotly debated in the media. Tim explains why, and how their mindset could help investors. https://youtu.be/eo8L1cpCF4g
How diversification does, and sometimes doesn’t, help investors By: Tim Bennett22.07.2022 How diversification does, and sometimes doesn’t, help investors https://youtu.be/jbrZ6fBVK7s
Why savers and investors must grasp “real” numbers By: Tim Bennett15.07.2022Email Content The true impact of inflation is captured by the difference between “nominal” and “real” returns as Tim explains. https://youtu.be/kVDJzOjYKBw
Three financial products you may not need By: Tim Bennett08.07.2022 As the cost of living continues to rise sharply, Tim offers some tips when it comes to identifying and reducing unnecessary expenditure.
Why popular investing acronyms can be dangerous By: Tim Bennett27.05.2022 BRICs, FAANGs and BATs are all shorthand for groups of investment ideas. In this short video, Tim explains why investors should be wary of them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMom6P_F8I4