The trailer for the Sensible Investing documentary on the investing industry, How to Win the Loser's Game.
An interview with investing blogger, wealth manager and occasional Bogle critic Eric Nelson.
The phrase “active share” has been heard a lot in recent weeks. So what exactly does it mean? Why is it such a hot topic of conversation in the investing world? And what do investors need to know about it? In our latest video blog, Nick Motson from Cass Business School explains all.
Complete 54 minute documentary on passive investing
A full-length documentary, How to Win the Loser's Game provides ordinary investors with the information they need, and challenges the investing industry to offer consumers a fairer deal.
Most of what we see and hear about how to invest comes from either the fund industry or the financial media - both of which have their own agendas. Nine months in the making, this landmark documentary is an attempt to redress the balance.
Do fund managers really beat the market?
John Bogle on words of wisdom he received early on in his career
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The benefits of good advice often don't materialise until the far-off future, making it easy for clients to miss the value received along the way. This volume of Acuity is a reminder of the seen and unseen, or unappreciated, value that great financial planning can deliver.
Our latest blog features Morgan Housel, award-winning columnist at the Motley Fool and Wall Street Journal. In this extended interview, Morgan explains why we still pay so much attention to market forecasts, despite a wealth of evidence that they’re more likely to hinder investors rather than help them.
If you’ve ever wondered why we put so much emphasis on the cost of investing, this video explains why. Over 40 years, the typical effect of charges is to reduce your potential returns by more than two-thirds. Don’t believe us? Look at the figures.