I’m Going to Run a Marathon. Kill Me. Kill Me Now.

What on earth was I thinking?! Well, I wasn’t thinking straight that’s for sure. You see, what happened was that I’d had most of a large glass of homemade cherry wine. It was totally delicious, but we have no idea how strong it is. It smells pretty alcoholic. So, most of the way through said glass,…

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2017 What to Do With Your £20k ISA Allowance

Many people have been asking me in recent weeks about the 2017-18 ISA allowance. It has now been raised to a whopping £20,000! Wow. That’s a helluva lot of savings to stash away over the course of a year, or all at once if you’re lucky enough to do so. Another huge change is that…

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CAPE – is it a useless measure of valuation?

Hi everyone. Just thought I’d share some articles with you again. I don’t tend to talk much about valuation methods, other than my brief overviews at the beginning of various monthly dividend updates. However, this article about CAPE (cyclically-adjusted PE) caught my eye in particular. Ken Fisher thinks CAPE is useless. I do lean towards…

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