On the Money: Alan Steel I am so old that when I started as an independent financial adviser back in January 1973, the Dead Sea was just seriously ill and Long John Silver had two legs and an egg on his shoulder. Interest rates were so far into double figures they suffered from vertigo so […]
On the Money: Alan Steel “On a golden autumn day returning, where each moment never is the same. Sometimes pure joy it comes with patience, when I’m waiting on the waiting game There must be a reason for all this inaction. Does it mean everything must change? Sometimes I’m looking for perfection, when I’m waiting […]
On the Money: Alan Steel How are you all surviving the End of the World? What with tariff wars going on between Trump and everybody else, yet another worst-ever hurricane in living memory, recession talk dominating the conversation at dinner parties, and now the longest running farce since Brian Rix’s Whitehall frolics…. the Muppet Show […]
On the Money: Alan Steel Nineteen Sixty Nine was some year for optimists. And if you were a pessimist you weren’t missed out either. On the bright side there was the first man on the moon. Before that was Woodstock, the first big free Rock festival. Concorde had its first test flight. And exactly 50 […]
If you read my previous article you’ll recall that I referred to the investor gloom and panic that swept the world, creating record dumping of equity funds, as millions of “savers” blindly rushed to “safety” in the form of bonds, cash and various esoteric sectors which change their names to protect their absolutely duff returns.