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Am I irrationally exuberant (about my pension)?

Irrational exuberance is unsustainable investor enthusiasm that drives asset prices up to levels that aren’t supported by fundamentals. The term “irrational exuberance” is believed to have been coined by Alan Greenspan in a 1996 speech, “The Challenge of Central Banking in a Democratic Society – …

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Book: Economic Integration in Africa

Economic Integration in Africa
The East African Community in Comparative Perspective

Overview

In this work, Richard E. 405 more words

Siasa Na Jamii

New torment for investment consultants - Mike Foster.

Mike is a senior consultant at Montfort Communications. Until recently he was assistant editor at Financial News and that journalistic pedigree shines through in this remarkable piece of writing. 638 more words

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Workplace Pension winners and losers- Punter Southall Aspire do the numbers (Now with added NEST!)

Employers selecting DC default investment funds for their workforce pensions assume they’re making a wise investment choice. However, a new report, ‘Who’s performing well?’ from… 1,124 more words

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Making sure you have resources (financial) when you need it most (Part 2)

” Let me put my concern this way using your rain and umbrella example.”  “I bought an umbrella, because I know that there is a 95% chance of rain that day.

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Personal Finance

Making sure you have resources (financial) when you need it most (Part 1)

A question about insurance and investments by a very good friend made me look for this song the other day.

As I listen, I ponder upon this question? 439 more words

Personal Finance

Financial Coaching for OFW's

As an Overseas Filipino Worker, the BIG dream is to provide a better quality of life for your family. Begrudgingly, you pack your bags, say your goodbyes and board the plane. 392 more words

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