Cautionary tales for the modern investor: The seven deadly sins of multi-asset investing

Cautionary tales for the modern investor: The seven deadly sins of multi-asset investing

by Aberdeen Asset

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ISBN-13: 9780857194176
Publisher: Harriman House
Publication date: 04/28/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 25
Sales rank: 504,903
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Anne Caborn is a journalist and digital entrepreneur. Her first 'business' was selling daffodils to the neighbours in her street when she was 8 to raise money for charity.
She fights to keep hold of her hard-earned cash against all comers and punches above her weight when it comes to making sure she isn't ripped off.
Anne is co-founder of Make it and Mend it, an online sustainability website design to help people make and mend more and throw away less. She has worked as a non-executive director in the National Health Service and is currently a director of the enterprise arm of a south coast homelessness charity.
In the 1980s she compiled the first British Rich List for Money magazine. This developed her lifelong fascination with the psychology of money and what divides those who are good with it from those who are not.
Lindsay Cook has been a money martial arts expert for as long as she can remember. She bought her first home when she was just 22; having worked out it was cheaper than paying rent, and has not looked back since.
In the 90s she became the first woman Business Editor of The Times. From editorial she moved into management and discovered her ability to manage money (and spot when it wasn't being managed) gave her the skills required to control multimillion pound budgets. She became Group Managing Editor of Express Newspapers before setting up as an independent consultant helping turn round enterprises and bring spend under control for a range of companies in the UK and US. She was also Managing Director of the Specialist Markets division of UBM.
Lindsay also wrote the original 'Money Diet' book in 1986, which was serialised in two national newspapers and in 2000 she produced a guide to help working mothers to return to work on their terms.

Anne Caborn is a journalist and digital entrepreneur. Her first 'business' was selling daffodils to the neighbours in her street when she was 8 to raise money for charity.
She fights to keep hold of her hard-earned cash against all comers and punches above her weight when it comes to making sure she isn't ripped off.
Anne is co-founder of Make it and Mend it, an online sustainability website design to help people make and mend more and throw away less. She has worked as a non-executive director in the National Health Service and is currently a director of the enterprise arm of a south coast homelessness charity.
In the 1980s she compiled the first British Rich List for Money magazine. This developed her lifelong fascination with the psychology of money and what divides those who are good with it from those who are not.
Lindsay Cook has been a money martial arts expert for as long as she can remember. She bought her first home when she was just 22; having worked out it was cheaper than paying rent, and has not looked back since.
In the 90s she became the first woman Business Editor of The Times. From editorial she moved into management and discovered her ability to manage money (and spot when it wasn't being managed) gave her the skills required to control multimillion pound budgets. She became Group Managing Editor of Express Newspapers before setting up as an independent consultant helping turn round enterprises and bring spend under control for a range of companies in the UK and US. She was also Managing Director of the Specialist Markets division of UBM.
Lindsay also wrote the original 'Money Diet' book in 1986, which was serialised in two national newspapers and in 2000 she produced a guide to help working mothers to return to work on their terms.

Table of Contents

1. Lust
2. Gluttony
3. Greed
4. Sloth
5. Wrath
6. Envy
7. Pride
Conclusion
My investment sin checklist

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