Tim Bennett rounds up this week’s personal finance news, including the latest trick to con you out of you money, and why your European health card may be turned down abroad.
Articles written by Tim Bennett
Filtering out analysis that conflicts with our own judgments is one of the greatest hazards of investing. Here, Tim Bennett explains what you can do about it.
In seeking the best-value stocks, you may not think to use this lesser-known, yet successful ratio. Tim Bennett explains what it is, how it works, and where it’s telling you to put your money.
Some successful fund managers would have you believe making money from the markets is easy. But as Tim Bennett explains, there’s no substitute for doing your homework.
Knowing when to buy or sell an asset can be as important as knowing how cheap or expensive it is. Here, Tim Bennett explains the momentum indicator that tells you when to trade.
The conventional price earnings (p/e) ratio is great for deciding how cheap a share is. But Tim Bennett is an even bigger fan of its variant, the cyclically adjusted p/e ratio. In this video, he explains why.
The CAPE ratio is a useful tool to finding the cheapest markets to put your money, says Tim Bennett. Here, he explains how it works, and reveals the best-value countries to invest in now.
Return on capital employed is a key ratio that can reveal lots of useful information about a firm. In this short guide, Tim Bennett explains how it works, when it is most useful and when it can let you down.
Increasing numbers of stock trades are taking place away from public stock exchanges in dark liquidity pools. Tim Bennett explains how that affects investors and what should be done to combat this unwelcome trend.
Dividend yields can be a useful guide as to whether or not a market is cheap. Here, Tim Bennett explains why, and reveals what yields can tell you about American stocks.