Ask The Experts : May 2020

What if you could ask a panel of THE WORLD’S LEADING FINANCIAL EXPERTS anything you wanted?

Yes, that’s right…the smartest people on the planet…and you could ask them LITERALLY ANY QUESTION.

That would be awesome, right?

So I emailed all my subscribers to find out what questions they would like to ask a panel of The World’s Leading Financial Experts. We’re talking about The Great and The Good: Nobel Prize winners, hedge fund managers, Fortune 500 CEO’s, internet entrepreneurs, billionaires. People with ties. People with briefcases…leather not PVC…The Real Deal.

As you can imagine, the questions flooded in thick and fast.

Unfortunately, The Worlds Leading Financial Experts were either not available or were too expensive so I had to answer all the questions myself.

I recorded the answers on this video:

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  1. NoviceInvestor · · Reply

    Hi Barney,

    I really enjoyed watching your session, thank you!

    One thing I’d like to ask you is how you decided which equity fund to pick. I think you said you have just one, plus a bond fund, right? I seem to have ended up with small amounts of money in several different Vanguard index funds, e.g. S&P 500 on the NYSE, S&P 500 on Swiss Six, US total market, world total market, mainly because I’m new to stock market investing and I don’t know what I’m doing! Do you have any advice about choosing several index funds over just one, and which one(s) to pick and why?

    Many thanks!

    1. ladyaurora · · Reply

      Hello novice investor
      The escape artist has a simplicity portfolio which consists of 4 funds (ETFs).
      You could follow that example?

    2. dickrog · · Reply

      “One final word. If you are struggling to start, you can keep it simple with a single global equities tracker fund (such as VWRL: the The Vanguard All World ETF or a LifeStrategy Fund in the UK).”

  2. ladyaurora · · Reply

    Watched on you tube and commented.
    Really enjoyed it. looking forward to next one where I need a question at the ready!

  3. meglinson · · Reply

    Hi Barney. Thank you for answering my question on blogging – most helpful.

  4. I really liked the change up from written post to video. Makes for a nice break up in content. Good listen and informative!

    1. castlearcher · · Reply

      Any thoughts on socially responsible investing?
      Eg VG Global SRI fund

      Love the blog. Cheers.

  5. Thank you for answering my question. I was impressed by the quality of the questions asked and the answers given were very beneficial to building investment knowledge.
    Out of interest what happened to the proposed Facebook Live version ?

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