Lars Kroijer is back answering Monevator readers questions in both video and transcript format…
We’re finally underway with Lars Kroijer answering your queries. Here’s the first of many Q&A sessions!
Lars doesn’t believe what neat online calculators tell him. Reality is more complicated.
Lars has a new copy of his book out, plus the rest of the week’s good reads.
The thought of creating a financial spreadsheet may not set your heart racing, but it’ll be worth the slog says Lars Kroijer…
Lars Kroijer explains how to match your bond allocation to your time horizon, and considers what kind of returns you might enjoy. (Or not enjoy, these days…)
Why are we told to own very low risk assets in our portfolio, and what kinds of investments fulfill this role?
Has the world become too risky for passive investors with Donald Trump as president? Lars Kroijer says it’s more complicated than that…
Cash is rightly considered one of the safest asset classes, but that does not mean holding huge slugs of it is without risk.
Here’s a five-part series on investing from Lars Kroijer, the ex-hedge fund manager turned passive investing zealot.
Here’s a great talk from Monevator contributor Lars Kroijer about his life as a hedge fund manager and why he now recommends passive investing.
The equity risk premium is fun to know about just in case you’re invited to a Bank of England cocktail party, but it can also help shape your portfolio…
If you fancy an alternative, choose Pepsi or listen to grungy rock music, says Lars Kroijer. When it comes to passive investing, market cap indexing remains the logical way to go.
We should own shares in all the market’s stocks, weighted according to their fraction of the overall value of the market.
Make sure your pension is not invested in a mediocre ‘fund of funds’ if you want to retire comfortably.
Wondering how to invest your £15,000 ISA allowance? In a hurry? Skip the rest of our website and just read this.
Don’t just buy insurance blindly — think about what you really can afford to lose.
The stock market has crashed and your plan looks sick as a parrot. Should you panic? (What do you think!)
When you’re young you can risk asking that person out, going around the world traveling, and holding lots of shares. But things change as you age.