The Investor 19 April 2005

The inherent differences between property and share investments. There’s a fundamental difference between investing in shares and property, a reader says in an email. “With a stock there is always the risk of bankruptcy of the entity you invest in, and the investment you make becoming worthless,” he writes.

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Holm Truths Autumn 2003

Emotions and investing: The way we feel affects our investing in ways we are not aware of. Also in this issue: Great Debate — Term deposits v corporate bonds.

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Holm Truths Summer 2002–03

Lessons from past mislead: Investing in what did well last year, or selling what did badly, usually does more harm than good. Also in this issue: Great Debate — Low v high insurance excesses.

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