Two Investment Biases to Beware of.

By Anet Ahern, CEO PSG Asset Management Behavioural science has shown that loss aversion – a strong preference for avoiding a loss over making an equivalent gain – and recency bias – our tendency to attach more significance to recent events than to events in the past... read more

Lawyers in Life (and after too)

This group of people have taken on the unenviable task of sorting out other peoples problems. From the start of any innovation, project, scheme, development, partnership, business or initiative, they are there to ensure that the “Is” are dotted and the “Ts” crossed.... read more

The Good Doctor and the Living Will

This article speaks to the desirability and detail that should go into the compiling of a “Living Will”. A living will is a document that should “speak” for us when we are unable to do so and should be interpreted by the medical fraternity with... read more

DOCTORS AND LAWYERS

From my experience, I have been very fortunate that in the past I have no personal experiences with attorneys. When I was still working, I had  a limited amount of inter action   with attorneys.  The ones that I have... read more

Understand the real enemies of wealth

By Adriaan Pask, Chief Investment Officer of PSG Wealth Investors generally view geopolitical events, currency volatility and concerns around slowing global growth as the main enemies to wealth creation, but these should be the least of their worries. While these... read more

A NEW PATH, OR VARIATIONS ON A THEME?

We are strange, us humans! While opportunities are many and varied, we tend to restrict ourselves to avoid stepping out of our “comfort zone”.   As humans we start life without inhibitions but, as we grow older, our “RC factor (RC=Resistance to Change)... read more
Two Investment Biases to Beware of.

Two Investment Biases to Beware of.

By Anet Ahern, CEO PSG Asset Management Behavioural science has shown that loss aversion – a strong preference for avoiding a loss over making an equivalent gain – and recency bias – our tendency to attach more significance to recent events than to events in the past...
Lawyers in Life (and after too)

Lawyers in Life (and after too)

This group of people have taken on the unenviable task of sorting out other peoples problems. From the start of any innovation, project, scheme, development, partnership, business or initiative, they are there to ensure that the “Is” are dotted and the “Ts” crossed....
The Good Doctor and the Living Will

The Good Doctor and the Living Will

This article speaks to the desirability and detail that should go into the compiling of a “Living Will”. A living will is a document that should “speak” for us when we are unable to do so and should be interpreted by the medical fraternity with...
DOCTORS AND LAWYERS

DOCTORS AND LAWYERS

From my experience, I have been very fortunate that in the past I have no personal experiences with attorneys. When I was still working, I had  a limited amount of inter action   with attorneys.  The ones that I have...
Understand the real enemies of wealth

Understand the real enemies of wealth

By Adriaan Pask, Chief Investment Officer of PSG Wealth Investors generally view geopolitical events, currency volatility and concerns around slowing global growth as the main enemies to wealth creation, but these should be the least of their worries. While these...
A NEW PATH, OR VARIATIONS ON A THEME?

A NEW PATH, OR VARIATIONS ON A THEME?

We are strange, us humans! While opportunities are many and varied, we tend to restrict ourselves to avoid stepping out of our “comfort zone”.   As humans we start life without inhibitions but, as we grow older, our “RC factor (RC=Resistance to Change)...
TO THOSE WHO DECIDE TO CHANGE CAREER EARLY

TO THOSE WHO DECIDE TO CHANGE CAREER EARLY

Generally, retirement happens between 55 and 70 years of age and is associated with taking on the mantle of a senior citizen. Before this time you should be endowed with surplus drive and under-utilised ambition. This article is aimed at that, still travelling group,...
Where do retiring sportspeople go after sport ​?

Where do retiring sportspeople go after sport ​?

This is an on-going problem which most professional sports people face. From my knowledge only a limited number of sports people undertake more studies to prepare themselves for  some form of employment after they retire from their chosen sport. There...
Two Investment Biases to Beware of.

Two Investment Biases to Beware of.

By Anet Ahern, CEO PSG Asset Management Behavioural science has shown that loss aversion – a strong preference for avoiding a loss over making an equivalent gain – and recency bias – our tendency to attach more significance to recent events than to events in the past...
Lawyers in Life (and after too)

Lawyers in Life (and after too)

This group of people have taken on the unenviable task of sorting out other peoples problems. From the start of any innovation, project, scheme, development, partnership, business or initiative, they are there to ensure that the “Is” are dotted and the “Ts” crossed....
The Good Doctor and the Living Will

The Good Doctor and the Living Will

This article speaks to the desirability and detail that should go into the compiling of a “Living Will”. A living will is a document that should “speak” for us when we are unable to do so and should be interpreted by the medical fraternity with...
DOCTORS AND LAWYERS

DOCTORS AND LAWYERS

From my experience, I have been very fortunate that in the past I have no personal experiences with attorneys. When I was still working, I had  a limited amount of inter action   with attorneys.  The ones that I have...
Understand the real enemies of wealth

Understand the real enemies of wealth

By Adriaan Pask, Chief Investment Officer of PSG Wealth Investors generally view geopolitical events, currency volatility and concerns around slowing global growth as the main enemies to wealth creation, but these should be the least of their worries. While these...
A NEW PATH, OR VARIATIONS ON A THEME?

A NEW PATH, OR VARIATIONS ON A THEME?

We are strange, us humans! While opportunities are many and varied, we tend to restrict ourselves to avoid stepping out of our “comfort zone”.   As humans we start life without inhibitions but, as we grow older, our “RC factor (RC=Resistance to Change)...
TO THOSE WHO DECIDE TO CHANGE CAREER EARLY

TO THOSE WHO DECIDE TO CHANGE CAREER EARLY

Generally, retirement happens between 55 and 70 years of age and is associated with taking on the mantle of a senior citizen. Before this time you should be endowed with surplus drive and under-utilised ambition. This article is aimed at that, still travelling group,...
Where do retiring sportspeople go after sport ​?

Where do retiring sportspeople go after sport ​?

This is an on-going problem which most professional sports people face. From my knowledge only a limited number of sports people undertake more studies to prepare themselves for  some form of employment after they retire from their chosen sport. There...