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How to find a trustworthy financial adviser

  TEBI readers often ask me if I can recommend a trustworthy financial adviser. I always try to help them. I know of good advisers all over the world, so there’s usually someone not too far from where they live whom I can suggest they talk to. The problem is, I can only help...

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The voice with nothing to sell is hard to hear

There’s been a big response to my comments last week on the inherent conflicts in financial journalism.

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#SFTW: Financial journalists — part of the problem, or the solution?

SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND   The reputation of British journalism may have taken a knock in recent years, but it’s a profession I’m proud to be part of. I don’t of course condone phone hacking or gross invasion of privacy but, on balance,...

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Investors should trust the evidence, not the Mail on Sunday

The reputation of British journalism may have taken a knock in recent years, but it’s a profession I’m proud to be part of. I don’t of course condone phone hacking or gross invasion of privacy but, on balance, I still think journalism is...

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The less you pay the more you end up with

Another major study has been released, comparing the performance of active funds with passive, and you’ll never guess the result!

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The making of an evidence-based investor

One of the biggest problems facing those of us who write about evidence-based investing is the subject matter. It’s not, let’s face it, particularly exciting. As Jason Zweig once said, “My job is to write the exact same thing between 50 and 100...

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UK investors are embracing passive — advisers must too

The speed with which US investors have moved their money out of actively managed funds over the past two years has been so breathtaking that you could be forgiven for failing to notice the changes occurring elsewhere in the world.

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