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Pete Matthew discusses and explains all aspects of your personal finances in simple, everyday language. Personal finance, investing, insurance, pensions and getting financial advice can all seem daunting, but with the right knowledge and easy-to-follow action steps, Pete will help you to get your money matters in order.Each show is in two segments: Firstly, everything you need to KNOW, and secondly, everything you need to DO to move forward on the subject of that episode.This podcast will appeal to listeners of MoneyBox Live, Wake Up To Money, Listen to Lucy, Which? Money and The Property Podcast.To leave feedback or ask a question, go to http://meaningfulmoney.tv/askpeteArchived episodes can be found at http://meaningfulmoney.tv/mmpodcast

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Pete Matthew discusses and explains all aspects of your personal finances in simple, everyday language. Personal finance, investing, insurance, pensions and getting financial advice can all seem daunting, but with the right knowledge and easy-to-follow action steps, Pete will help you to get your money matters in order.Each show is in two segments: Firstly, everything you need to KNOW, and secondly, everything you need to DO to move forward on the subject of that episode.This podcast will appeal to listeners of MoneyBox Live, Wake Up To Money, Listen to Lucy, Which? Money and The Property Podcast.To leave feedback or ask a question, go to http://meaningfulmoney.tv/askpeteArchived episodes can be found at http://meaningfulmoney.tv/mmpodcast

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Pete and his wide variety of knowledgeable guests are making financial management viable! The great advice they provide, combined with the relatable way in which they deliver it had me hooked from the very first listen. Thanks for putting out such a stellar show Pete - keep up the great work!

great show

By Tom Morkes - Jun 23 2016
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Always love tuning in and learning something new. Pete is engaging and insightful. Great show

iTunes Ratings

57 Ratings
Average Ratings
53
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0
1
3

Money Magic!

By KatieJoy0514 - Mar 01 2019
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Pete and his wide variety of knowledgeable guests are making financial management viable! The great advice they provide, combined with the relatable way in which they deliver it had me hooked from the very first listen. Thanks for putting out such a stellar show Pete - keep up the great work!

great show

By Tom Morkes - Jun 23 2016
Read more
Always love tuning in and learning something new. Pete is engaging and insightful. Great show
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The Meaningful Money Personal Finance Podcast

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Pete Matthew discusses and explains all aspects of your personal finances in simple, everyday language. Personal finance, investing, insurance, pensions and getting financial advice can all seem daunting, but with the right knowledge and easy-to-follow action steps, Pete will help you to get your money matters in order.Each show is in two segments: Firstly, everything you need to KNOW, and secondly, everything you need to DO to move forward on the subject of that episode.This podcast will appeal to listeners of MoneyBox Live, Wake Up To Money, Listen to Lucy, Which? Money and The Property Podcast.To leave feedback or ask a question, go to http://meaningfulmoney.tv/askpeteArchived episodes can be found at http://meaningfulmoney.tv/mmpodcast

Rank #1: MMP121: How To Choose Investment Funds

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With tens of thousands of individual funds available for UK investors, how on earth do you know where to start? We’ve recently been doing our annual due diligence round at Jacksons and this year we enlisted the help of a firm called The Paraplanners. This process has been headed up by today’s guest, Glyn Chetwynd, who runs an investment consultancy called Capital and Risk. Fair to say, Glyn knows his onions about how to choose investment funds, so I’m looking forward to picking his brains on your behalf. Stay tuned…

Aug 05 2015

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Rank #2: New Accumulators - Season Q&A

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Right, time to tie things off at the end of Season 14. It’s the now traditional Season-ending Q&A! You’ve been sending in your questions throughout the season and I’ve done my best to curate the key questions that have arisen and this week I’ll be attempting to answer them.

Jun 26 2019

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Rank #3: MMP114: The 80:20 Investor, with Damien Fahy

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It’s time for another return guest, and this week it’s the turn of my friend Damien Fahy from MoneyToTheMasses.com. He’s set up something which I think is going to really help a lot of people, and it’s called The 80:20 Investor. Stay tuned to find out more…

Don’t forget that MeaningfulUniversity is now open for enrolment. There is just one course on there at the moment; Learn How To Budget. More courses will follow, but LHTB will give you everything you need to KNOW and everything you need to DO to set and stick to a monthly budget. Check it out at meaningfuluniversity.com.

Jun 17 2015

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Rank #4: What IS Financial Planning?

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This season of the MeaningfulMoney podcast is called Planning with Purpose and is designed for those well-established on their journey towards financial independence. But if we’re talking about planning, then we’d better define what we mean by that…

Sep 11 2019

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Rank #5: Setting Financial Goals

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Last week we covered the basic premise of financial planning, introducing the concept of the timeline of your life. Today I want to build on that, and use that model to help us think about some goals.

Sep 18 2019

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Rank #6: Behavioural Finance for New Accumulators - Part 1

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Of all the influencing factors that will determine the success or otherwise of your wealth-building, your own behaviour is the biggest deal of all. As New Accumulators, we have some lessons to learn…

Jun 05 2019

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Rank #7: The One-Page Financial Plan

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Over the past few weeks, we’ve looked how to set some goals and how to move from goals to actions. Today I’d like to help you distil all that down so that you end up with a one-page financial plan.

Oct 09 2019

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Rank #8: MMP151: Financial Wellbeing with Chris Budd

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They say that money doesn’t make you happy. Maybe that’s true, maybe it isn’t. Today I’m talking to a good friend about financial wellbeing, what it is, and how we can get some!

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This podcast is brought to you with the help of Seven Investment Management, a firm of investment managers based in London. They specialise in multi-asset investing, bringing institutional investing techniques to ordinary people like you and me. 7IM put their name to my show and to my site because they believe in what I’m doing, trying to get decent, easy-to-understand financial information out to the world. I’m very grateful to them for their support. You can see what they’re up to at 7im.co.uk

Financial Wellbeing

I’ve said before that money is not an inert force. It has incredible power to inspire the best and worst in people. It can be used to build up or to tear down, for good purposes or evil. It has the power to affect how we feel, and our financial wealth, or the lack thereof, can lead to great anxiety.

Today I chat to my good buddy Chris Budd, who is a financial planner of many years’ experience. He’s also a qualified life and business coach and is well placed to get into the nitty gritty of how money works and how we interact with it. I’ll let him do the talking.

There is so much to be gained from adopting the principles Chris has talked about, and digs deeper into in the book. Having a healthy relationship with money has so many knock-ons to the rest of our lives, that financial wellbeing must surely be a priority for all of us.

Resources mentioned in this show

Book: Financial Wellbeing (Released 31st May 2016 - pre-order on Amazon now)

Podcast: Financial Wellbeing - Coming soon

Website: Financial Wellbeing - some great blog posts on here

Charity: Penny Brohn UK - helping people live well with cancer

Financial Planner: Chris' firm Ovation Finance in Bristol

Mar 16 2016

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Rank #9: When To Start Investing

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Investing is most definitely the interesting part of personal finance. Budgeting can be a grind, and insurance is a necessity, but hardly full of fun and japes. But investing is where you get to see your money grow and move and change, and eventually you’ll build something which will enable you to live how you want to live. Getting started on that process is exciting, and today, that’s what we’re going to be talking about.

May 08 2019

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Rank #10: A Little Bit Of Knowledge... with Andy Hart

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So here’s a little bonus episode that came out of a conversation between my good friend Andy Hart and myself. We’re noticing a pattern in the people who are getting in touch and wanting to work with us, and we’re concerned…

Aug 22 2019

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Rank #11: Introducing Season 14 - New Accumulators

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Woohoo - it’s another new season! I’ve had a few weeks to get this one together while you’ve been listening to some great inbetweenisodes. This season is going to be a belter, but then I would say that...!

Apr 24 2019

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Rank #12: The Power of Small Increments, with Vanessa Kettner

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I do love it when listeners get in touch, which happens nearly every day. When Vanessa Kettner got in touch and we traded emails, it quickly became apparent that she had something to offer all of us, so I invited her on, specifically to talk about something she calls The Seinfeld Trick, or the power of small increments.

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This podcast is brought to you with the help of Seven Investment Management, a firm of investment managers based in London. They specialise in multi-asset investing, bringing institutional investing techniques to ordinary people like you and me. 7IM put their name to my show and to my site because they believe in what I’m doing, trying to get decent, easy-to-understand financial information out to the world. I’m very grateful to them for their support. You can see what they’re up to at 7im.co.uk

The Power of Small Increments

Vanessa Kettner got in touch via voicemail, which you'll hear in this week's show. She told a brief story of how she has used a little trick, learned from her mother. She has applied to various areas of her life, from learning a musical instrument, and latterly to improving her personal financial situation. She joins me to talk about her journey...

In this show, you'll learn:

  • The origins of what Vanessa calls The Seinfeld Trick
  • How it enabled her to move up to first clarinet
  • How she has applied it to educate herself financially...
  • ...and also take action to improve her financial situation
Resources mentioned in this week's show

Book: Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed Goals Sheet: Here's Vanessa's own fold-up goals sheet which she keeps with her Oyster Card Designer: Lindsay Derecola (designed the fold-up goals sheet) - Portfolio, LinkedIn, Email

Vanessa Kettner Contact Details

Website: Personal Best - Personal Productivity Training & Coaching Email: Send Vanessa a message LinkedIn: Connect with Vanessa

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Question: How might you apply the power of small increments in your financial life?

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Oct 19 2016

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Rank #13: Investment Behaviours: Anchoring

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We’re spending some time looking at some of the major biases that we bring to bear when we’re investing, and how they often hold us back from being really successful investors. Today, we’re talking about ANCHORING.

May 31 2019

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Rank #14: RESET with David Sawyer

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Today I’m chatting with Dave Sawyer, author of a book called RESET. A few of you have mentioned the book to me, and asked me to get Dave on. His book has received high praise indeed from none other than Monevator and also Brad and Jonathan from ChooseFI.

Aug 07 2019

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Rank #15: MMP157: Making Money Online in 2016

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Back in session 137 I talked about different ways tohave more money to invest for your future, from asking for a raiseto some basic online methods such as renting out a room on Airbnb.This week, I want to delve into this a little further, becausethere has never been a better time to start making money online in2016.

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This podcast is brought to you with the help of Seven Investment Management, a firm of investmentmanagers based in London. They specialise in multi-asset investing,bringing institutional investing techniques to ordinary people likeyou and me. 7IM put their name to my show and to my site becausethey believe in what I’m doing, trying to get decent,easy-to-understand financial information out to the world. I’m verygrateful to them for their support. You can see what they’re up toat 7im.co.uk

Making Money Online in 2016

My guest today is a great buddy of mine, even thoughI have never met him in real life! We’re in a mastermind grouptogether and he knows a thing or two about marketing using onlinemethods, and about what people are looking for in 2016.

Chris is founder of The Content Marketing Academy,a multi-faceted organisation which provides workshops, websiteaudits, and even a full scale conference, all delivering Chris’unique brand of passion for his subject. He has helped many peopletake their businesses to the next level by leveraging contentmarketing technique to widen their audience.

In this session, you'll discover:
  1. Chris's background, and the key inspirational figure that heand I share
  2. How to take a hobby and turn it into something you can get paidfor
  3. An old school method of making money which still works in2016
  4. Why people will pay for convenience
  5. The site Chris uses to hire freelancers, and how you canuse it to make money
  6. The holy grail of online income - can it work for you?

In all we cover nine methods for making money online in 2016.There are bound to be two or more which you can take advantage ofright now to being making some extra money. Think what you could dowith the extra money, and how it would improve your financialprospects.

Resources mentioned in this show

Chris's website: TheContent Marketing Academy

Conference: TCMA 2016 (I'll be delivering the closing keynote atthe end of day one) Inspiration: GaryVaynerchuk, and his books Crush It, The Thankyou Economy, Jab Jab Jab RightHook, and TheAskGaryVee Book (all Amazon affiliate links).

Inspiration: Chris Guillebeau,and his book The$100 Startup

Freelancing: FiverrUpwork

Selling courses: Udemy, Skillshare

Selling stuff: Etsy, Ebay

Rent out a room: Airbnb And ofcourse, as always there is a full transcript of the show, availableby clicking the big blue button below: [Insert TranscriptionLeadbox here]

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I love to read and respond to your comments, soplease do join in and share. Question: Haveyou ever made any money online? If so, how?

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May 04 2016

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Rank #16: MMP140: 2015 Listener Survey Results

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For the month of November I conducted a survey of you, my excellent listeners and readers, to find out more about you and about how I can serve you better. In this week’s show, I’m going to take a look at those results and let you know what they mean for this show and the site in 2016.

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Sponsor Message

This podcast is brought to you with the help of Seven Investment Management, a firm of investment managers based in London. They specialise in multi-asset investing, bringing institutional investing techniques to ordinary people like you and me. 7IM put their name to my show and to my site because they believe in what I’m doing, trying to get decent, easy-to-understand financial information out to the world. I’m very grateful to them for their support. You can see what they’re up to at 7im.co.uk

In this session:

OK. The survey took on average two and a half minutes to complete, so you may wonder just how much information I can glean from such a short survey. But, I have been reading, folks. And those questions were very carefully chosen for maximum effect, so let’s look at the stuff I got to KNOW about you, my lovely audience, and then we’ll look at what I’m going to DO with that information.

In this session, you'll discover:

  • The age range of my listeners
  • How much you're worth!!
  • Where in the world you are based
  • Your employment status
  • The stage in your financial lives that most of you are at right now
  • What I plan to do with the MeaningfulMoney content next year
  • The courses I'm aiming to produce
  • BIG news for would-be investors
Resources mentioned in this show
Join the conversation

I love to read and respond to your comments, so please do join in and share. Question: What do you want to read/hear/learn about in 2016. Let me know and I'll do my best to cover it!

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Hugs and kisses to JackNassisBaby, Steege77 and ap_in_dc for their reviews this week - much appreciated folks!

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Dec 16 2015

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Rank #17: Know Yourself - Risk Tolerance & Risk Capacity

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Last week we talked about risk and how it relates to the timescale of your investments and the underlying volatility of the portfolio you build. Today I want to clear up, once and for all, some confusion about risk tolerance and risk capacity. This is essential to your investing success, so tune in…

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This podcast is brought to you with the help of Seven Investment Management, a firm of investment managers based in London. They specialise in multi-asset investing, bringing institutional investing techniques to ordinary people like you and me. 7IM put their name to my show and to my site because they believe in what I’m doing, trying to get decent, easy-to-understand financial information out to the world. I’m very grateful to them for their support. You can see what they’re up to at 7im.co.uk

Risk Tolerance & Risk Capacity

For novice investors, risk can sound exciting, because they have heard that rewards accompany risky investments. For those in later life, perhaps with some investing miles under their tyres, risk is something to be wary of, if not avoided entirely. There are two major factors you need to consider when thinking about the risk you should take with your investments, and that’s what I’m carefully going to go through with you today.

This might be the most important episode in this season, so pay close attention.

In this session, you'll discover:
  1. That Risk Tolerance and Risk Capacity are two very different things
  2. One is your emotional ability to cope with investment loss, and
  3. The other is your financial ability to cope with investment loss.
  4. When a loss is not really a loss
  5. The best place to get your own risk tolerance measured
  6. A thought experiment to determine how you might react in certain circumstances
Resources mentioned in this week's show

Risk Profiling: myrisktolerance.com Podcast: Season 2, Episode 1 - Why Invest? Podcast: Season 2 Episode 2 - Risk, Volatility & Timescale Try Audible for Free

Free email course - Learn How To Invest

 

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Question: What was your risk tolerance? Were you surprised with the result of the test?

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Jul 20 2016

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Rank #18: MMP146: Income Tax Planning

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Income tax is a fact of life for most people, but income tax planning opportunities are available to everyone who needs them, if you know where to look. In this week’s show I cover the obvious and not-so-obvious income tax planning tips you need to know.

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Sponsor Message

This podcast is brought to you with the help of Seven Investment Management, a firm of investment managers based in London. They specialise in multi-asset investing, bringing institutional investing techniques to ordinary people like you and me. 7IM put their name to my show and to my site because they believe in what I’m doing, trying to get decent, easy-to-understand financial information out to the world. I’m very grateful to them for their support.

You can see what they’re up to at 7im.co.uk

Income tax planning

The current and previous governments have done a great deal to bring more people out of paying income tax by increasing allowances, of which more in a minute. For those of us who do pay tax, there are plenty of ways of saving tax legitimately and that’s what we’re looking at today.

By the way, I’m guessing there are not too many bazillionaire footballers and pop stars listening to this. These are the kinds of people who have fallen foul to tax avoidance schemes which turned bad.

Needless to say I’m not a fan of anything dodgy. In fact, I wrote a blog about the difference between tax avoidance and tax evasion, and why I think it is right and proper that we pay tax, even while using all the many allowances and reliefs that are offered to us to reduce tax.

BTW, this is a session geared towards UK taxpayers, as I have no idea how tax works anywhere else in the world!

In this session, you’ll discover:
  1. How income tax works
  2. All the allowances which are available from April 2016
  3. All about about income tax reliefs – free money!
  4. What you should do if you’re in a relationship, to save income tax
  5. How to use the coming facility of ISA restocking to your advantage
  6. How to make the most of the new dividend allowance
  7. Which tax wrappers you should use to take best advantage of income tax planning angles

The new extended personal allowance, personal savings allowance and dividend allowance, coupled with the existing benefit of pensions and ISAs will mean that the vast majority of people could well pay zero tax on all their investments and pensions (except when you take money out of a pension). It’s just a matter of organising things in the best way possible.

Also, watch for  the articles and videos on the MeaningfulMoney.tv site. I put out a blog post on Monday, the podcast on Wednesday and a video on Friday, and February is tax month, so that’ll be the general theme, at least until I run out of stuff to talk about!

If you have any questions about this personal taxation overview, leave a comment below.

Resources mentioned in the show

Podcast: Personal Taxation Overview – including a downloadable cheatsheet with worked income tax examples

 

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I love to read and respond to your comments, so please do join in and share. Question: What income tax planning measures have you taken? Have you invested in different tax wrappers?

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Hugs and kisses to Troy50, Rob Mildren and Steve Binns for their reviews this week – much appreciated folks!

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Feb 10 2016

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Rank #19: How to review your portfolio - Season 2, Episode 7

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If you build a portfolio right at outset, it should - I believe - largely look after itself. But you should still keep an eye on it of course. In this week’s show I’m going to be covering the basics of how to review your portfolio as the years go by, to ensure it still serves the purposes you set for it.

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This podcast is brought to you with the help of Seven Investment Management, a firm of investment managers based in London. They specialise in multi-asset investing, bringing institutional investing techniques to ordinary people like you and me. 7IM put their name to my show and to my site because they believe in what I’m doing, trying to get decent, easy-to-understand financial information out to the world. I’m very grateful to them for their support. You can see what they’re up to at 7im.co.uk

How to review your portfolio

Reviewing a portfolio has the potential to be a bit like annually clearing out the garden shed - not a job you look forward to, and maybe one you keep putting off. Perhaps you haven’t cleared out the shed in a very long time…

But while reviewing your investments is important, I also want to downplay it a little bit. A lot depends on your interest in matters of investing, and how hands-on you want to be. Fortunately, there are options for everyone, so let's look at how to review your portfolio...

In this session, you'll discover:
  1. The difference between a portfolio and a financial plan
  2. What I think about benchmarks
  3. Why your definition of success is the only one that matters
  4. How often you should review a portfolio and when you should conduct ad-hoc reviews
  5. Why context is so important when reviewing your portfolio
  6. That rebalancing is a key discipline
  7. That it is vital to have good decision-making structures in place
Resources mentioned in this week's show

Podcasts: Sessions 154, 155 and 156 - all about building Net Worth

Podcasts: Sessions 108, 109 and 118 - all about making good financial decisions

Other shows: Money To The Masses and Informed Choice Radio

 

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Question: When was the last time you reviewed your portfolio? Be honest!

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Aug 17 2016

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Rank #20: Practical Asset Allocation

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Asset allocation is a subject we’ve covered at various times here on MeaningfulMoney as it is a core tenet of successful investing. But how do you apply it in real life to your investments? Is there such a thing as a ‘correct’ asset allocation? Let’s find out…

Sponsor Message

This podcast is brought to you with the help of Seven Investment Management, a firm of investment managers based in London. They specialise in multi-asset investing, bringing institutional investing techniques to ordinary people like you and me. 7IM put their name to my show and to my site because they believe in what I’m doing, trying to get decent, easy-to-understand financial information out to the world. I’m very grateful to them for their support. You can see what they’re up to at 7im.co.uk

Practical Asset Allocation

Last week we talked about risk tolerance and risk capacity, and I suggested that you should maybe get your own risk tolerance measured over at myrisktolerance.com and then  conduct a couple of thought experiments to see where you might sit. That’s entirely theoretical though, and it may be the case that only once you have some skin in the game, i.e. some real money invested, that you’ll really know how you will cope with the inherent risk that comes wth investing.

But how do you apply the theoretical to the real world? Let’s try to give you a start…

In this session, you'll discover:
  1. What Asset Allocation is, and how it works
  2. The difference between Strategic and Tactical Asset Allocation, and why you should embrace one and ignore the other
  3. That there's no such thing as an optimal asset allocation
  4. Why you should start simple and build up carefully
  5. What kinds of funds you should actually buy to populate your asset allocation
  6. The off-the-shelf solution which will save you a load of work
Resources mentioned in this week's show

Risk Profiling: myrisktolerance.com

Podcast: Season 2, Episode 1 - Why Invest?

Podcast: Season 2 Episode 2 - Risk, Volatility & Timescale

Podcast: Season 2 Episode 3 - Know Yourself: Risk Tolerance & Risk Capacity Try Audible for Free

Previous Posts on Asset Allocation

Podcast: Asset Classes, or stuff you can invest in Podcast: Investment Masterclass: Asset Allocation

Videos on each asset class

CashGiltsCorporate BondsSharesPropertyCommoditiesGoldHedge FundsThe Rest

Free email course - Learn How To Invest

And of course, there is a full transcript available by clicking the big blue button below: TRANSCRIPT COMING SOON!

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Question: How have you set up your asset allocation?

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Jul 27 2016

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