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Bengt Saelensminde


Bengt graduated from Reading University in 1994 and followed up with a master's degree in business economics.


He started stock market investing at the age of 13, and this eventually led to a job in the City of London in 1995. He started on a bond desk at Cantor Fitzgerald and ended up running a desk at stockbroker's Cazenove.


Bengt left the City in 2000 to start up his own import and beauty products business which he still runs today.


Bengt also writes our free email, The Right Side, an aid for free-thinkers on how to make money across financial markets. 

Articles written by Bengt Saelensminde

My asset allocation for 2013

Asset allocation is one of the most important things to get right when investing, says Bengt Saelensminde. Here, he looks at the asset classes he is invested in now, and how he aims to rebalance his portfolio for the coming year.


Save with bonds, not banks

Savers are turning away from banks. And no wonder. But if you’re looking for somewhere reasonably safe to stash some cash and still get a return, corporate bonds might be just the thing, says Bengt Saelensminde.


Is now the time for stocks?

There’s a powerful, hidden force at work that has sent stock prices tumbling. But at some point, the tide will turn, says Bengt Saelensminde. So be prepared to profit when it does.

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