‘I have realised that things that had become the norm were in fact unnecessary luxuries’
New figures from Irish Life say four in ten are cautious about investing
Crucial earnings season ahead and European stocks finally outperform the US
With the number of over-65s in Ireland projected to increase from 570,000 to 855,000 in the coming decade, the pension time bomb is ticking
Is short-termism and a slavish preoccupation with benchmarks by institutional investors hurting markets?
‘I will always ask if there is a deal to be had on any potential purchase’
March was a ‘strong’ month for pension funds but funds are down 7% on the year
A look around the world’s stock markets
Replacing best-performing managers with the poorest performers might just deliver the goods for investors
I had to buy a Jaguar as they are owned by my largest client, Tata
There are really two questions here. How far can Revenue go back? And how far do they generally go back?
Irish people are lazy about changing banks but a bit of research can really pay off
Royal London policy data shows dramatic increase in percentage of borrowers over 40
‘The recession opened my eyes to such stores as Aldi and Lidl’
You need to ask why you would further concentrate your investment in telecoms
The relative minnow has more than tripled in value since 2007
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