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Our passive portfolio is back off the canvas and shrugging off every blow the forces of pessimism can throw at it.

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Our Slow and Steady model portfolio takes a step back in the first quarter of 2018. Hold the smelling salts…

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Mr Market has been as easy on us as a camomile cleansing butter this year. Enjoy a rejuvenating rubdown with high returns that soothe like dopamine kisses.

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Our passive portfolio grinds against the unyielding coalface of global capitalism.

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The Slow & Steady portfolio is going down! Time to smash glass and activate our emergency plans? Watch us inaction.

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Mr Market invites us round for tea and cake and gives us a foot rub. Are things going too well?

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The Slow & Steady passive portfolio leapt up by 25% in the last year. So if you’re a passive investor who stuck to your mechanical guns then you’re probably feeling a lot better off now than back in January 2016. At that point our psyches were screeching like fingernails down a blackboard as the major world equity markets slid into [...]

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Our model portfolio soars once again and we scratch around looking for the cloud in the silver lining.

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Our doughty passive portfolio has been an island of calm amid the uncertainty.

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The world’s decided not to go into meltdown after all. Our model passive portfolio jumps for joy.

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Our model passive portfolio reaches its 5th birthday. Time for cake, presents, party hats and stats.

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Our model passive portfolio stares straight ahead as Commandant Market pulls its nostril hairs with sadistic glee.

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Our model passive portfolio gets roughed up by Mr Market for the first time in over three years.

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Our model passive portfolio is enjoying a day in the sun. All is well with the world. Surely disaster awaits?

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Our model passive portfolio gets a diversification makeover for 2015.

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Our passive portfolio presses on deeper into the financial forest, ignoring the branches of overvaluation that seem to thicken around it.

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