2406, 2015

Not everything that can be counted counts

By |June 24th, 2015|Investment Fundamentals, Research|0 Comments

“Not everything that can be counted counts and not everything that counts can be counted”

Albert Einstein
I’m of the generation where your parents and the complete set of Encyclopaedia Britannica were your ‘go to’ fountains of knowledge, the university library catalogue was on microfiche and assignments were typed using copious amounts of liquid paper. Research […]

904, 2015

One pie too many…..

By |April 9th, 2015|Financial Freedom, Hot Spots, Investment Fundamentals, Property Investment|0 Comments

One of the most basic concepts in economics is utility, the satisfaction you derive from consuming or using a good or service. Long before quinoa and tofu took over school canteens, I taught the concept of utility by getting my students to imagine eating a hot meat pie and sauce at lunchtime. (It worked well […]