I sometimes wonder if Warren Buffett is better known for his succinct and pithy quotes rather than his investment prowess. Irrespective, there is great wisdom to be had from reflecting on what he has to say from time to time.
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The WARR HUNT Investment Committee provide an update of the performance of the investment markets, in particular looking at the impact of COVID- 19 on client portfolios, and the implications going forward. Listen to Sam Hunt and Steve Garth.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Janet Hicks as Finance Manager. We also provide our COVID-19 Management Update
Price discounts thrive on the principle of urgency: if you don’t buy now, at the discounted price, you’re likely to miss out on saving some money. The anticipation of missing out is exactly why discounts work.
One of the most important concepts for investors to grasp is compounding. It’s the principle on which most great fortunes are built, and it’s far more powerful than you might imagine. Financial author and educator, Andrew Craig, explains.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Steve Garth as an independent member of the WARR HUNT Investment Committee.
“Hello, this is Climate Change calling. We are very impressed with the work you have done for COVID-19 and were wondering if you could help us?”
Most of us, at some point in our lives, have difficulty managing our spending. For financial writer and consultant Jason Butler, controlling our spending can lead to a more fulfilling life.
“Risk comes from not knowing what you are doing” – Warren Buffett
Legislation to introduce JobKeeper Payments was passed by Parliament on 9 April 2020. We have updated our summary of support to Business in response to Covid-19 (Coronavirus).
There are thousands of books in print about investing. And there’s a deluge of information about it on the internet. But how do you distill everything that there is to know into three key concepts? We asked Professor Elroy Dimson from Cambridge University to do just that. His first principle is diversification.