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Yes, markets are shaky right now but don’t panic!

Yes, markets are shaky right now but don’t panic!

Volatility appears to be the watchword for the markets in 2019 – at least for the foreseeable future. 2018 was not a great year for stocks. Many global markets ended the year in bear markets, characterised by a decline of 20% or more from their peaks. So what will 2019 bring? Lynda Calver explains why investors shouldn't panic.

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Lynda Calver

Lynda Calver

Posted on February 01, 2019 in Investments.

Why do we procrastinate over our financial decisions?

Why do we procrastinate over our financial decisions?

You know deep down that you should be getting to grips with budgeting, saving regularly and investing for your retirement...but you're not. Why is that? In his latest blog, Jordan Donald discusses the psychology of saving - and how to stop kicking the retirement can down the road once and for all.

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Jordan Donald

Jordan Donald

Posted on January 30, 2019 in Financial Planning.

Top tips for dealing with the smog in Bangkok

Top tips for dealing with the smog in Bangkok

Air pollution and smog has long been a problem in the world’s biggest cities and Bangkok has not been as badly affected as others such as Shanghai and Hong Kong…until now. Carl Turner offers up some helpful advice on how to protect yourself and your family against the harmful effects of air pollution.

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Carl Turner

Carl Turner

Posted on January 29, 2019 in Insurance.

New year, new job, new you!

New year, new job, new you!

Are you stuck in a job that pays the rent and puts food on the table but does little else for your wellbeing? If you are counting down the days, hours and minutes until the weekend, it’s time to ask yourself why. Trevor Keidan talks about career opportunities at Infinity in 2019 that can help you get out of your rut.

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Trevor Keidan

Trevor Keidan

Posted on December 21, 2018 in Career Opportunities.

Know Your Customer regulations: Why pesky paperwork is a necessary evil

Know Your Customer regulations: Why pesky paperwork is a necessary evil

Sometimes clients wonder why banks and financial institutions ask for so much personal information before opening accounts or carrying out transactions on their behalf. Rest assured we really don’t do it for fun - Duncan Taylor explains.

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Duncan Taylor

Duncan Taylor

Posted on December 13, 2018 in Viewpoint.