Good question, I am actually doing the "man vs machine" to check exactly this as I am not sure which performs better, only the hypothetical. Here's a link to the first in the video series:
Found this write up on Reddit, I thought it was pretty interesting:
"I sold a company I created, and after the press release went out, I was inundated with very gracious offers to take and manage my newfound money for fees. At the time, I presumed these wealth managers, after managing hundreds...
I use it as my emergency fund, have about £12,500 in atm and win fairly often. The actual interest rate equivalent is pretty low still but its a lot more fun than a savings account and the money stays at the same value.
Thats something I was thinking about the other day, was on the government website and it was saying how many years of national insurance payments I have missed and there is an option to pay into it. Weighing up if its worth paying to get a state pension if its just going to be when I'm 95 or...
What was the most recent dividend company you bought?
And more importantly, why?
For me it was Rio Tinto, I think that it will be volatile from here but I want to increase my position anyway and it feels nice to average down.
Western Sahara, Somalia etc I would rather pay significant income tax than move there.
One thing to note is that tax residency is more important than where you are actually living, its not as easy as instagrammers make out. Many places have a 180 days test for tax residency but there are other...
I quit my job after completing the training once as they essentially did a complete switcheroo on what I had applied for after I committed to joining.
I turned up to the week training and they had swapped my job role and lowered my salary, so did the paid training and handed my notice in...
As I understand it the restriction on ISA is that you aren't allowed to 'subscribe' to more than one of the same type of ISA per yer. Subscribe in this context means to open a new account or add money.
I don't think you would be able to transfer a cash isa to them if you already have a S&S ISA...
If you wanted your company to go public would you rather go via a SPAC or do it the old fashioned IPO way?
I feel like going the IPO route has a sense of trustworthiness or authenticity that SPACs don't seem to have earned yet, what do you guys think?
I saw this earlier, thought it was interesting. Shame that I own so much RIO haha
Companies and China exposure
Prudential PLC (LSE:PRU) 70%
Rio Tinto PLC (LSE:RIO) 62%
Ferrexpo PLC (LSE:FXPO) 60%
HSBC Holdings PLC 53%
Burberry Group PLC (LSE:BRBY) 51%
Kenmare Resources plc (LSE:KMR) 50%...