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Before we begin our commentary, I would first like to introduce Mr. Rick Konrad as one of our regular guest commentators going forward. Rick is author of the excellent investment blog " Value Discipline ." Prior to his current role, Rick has been a professional portfolio manager for institutional investors for over 25 years. You can view a more complete profile of Rick on his blog . Rick is a very genuine teacher of the financial markets and treats it very seriously. Case in point: Rick has also been responsible for running the education program for the CFA Society in Toronto (which is the third ...
@TheChapaqua In the UK, these products are unit trusts – timing a one-off investment of £1,000 if it represents a large part of savings is prob. not a good idea but one can make investments in ISAs (effectively unit trusts with no tax on gains) or unit trusts with much less – the other relevant points are to use dollar (or pound) cost averaging, to save an affordable amount, the time horizon, tax considerations etc. as per some of the other videos and the book please. Mutual funds are subject to very high market risk. People can loose massive amounts of money in market crashes. ... Read More
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