Financial advice for babies everywhere

Posted by Robin Powell on October 15, 2015


Of the thousands of financial writers in the world today, there are probably about a dozen whose financial advice really is worth reading, and Morgan Housel is definitely one of them.

Anyone can rehash press releases, wax lyrical about the latest investment fads or attract attention with left-field market forecasts. But it takes real skill and professional integrity to keep producing practical, timeless, unconflicted insights that consistently hit the spot like Morgan can.

Morgan’s wife has just given birth to a boy, and his latest post, Financial advice for my new son, is thoroughly worth reading, whatever age you are.

Read the article here


You can subscribe here to Morgan Housel’s column for The Motley Fool. You might also be interested in this interview Morgan gave me earlier this year for Sensible Investing:

Why are we so hooked on market forecasting?


ROBIN POWELL is a freelance journalist and the founding editor of The Evidence-Based Investor. Based in Birmingham, England, he founded Ember Television and Regis Media, and he specialties in helping disruptive financial firms to grow. He also campaigns for a fair, transparent and sustainable investing industry. You can follow him on Twitter at @RobinJPowell.



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Robin Powell

Robin is a journalist and campaigner for positive change in global investing. He runs Regis Media, a niche provider of content marketing for financial advice firms with an evidence-based investment philosophy. He also works as a consultant to other disruptive firms in the investing sector.


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