Tag: financial literacy

A Thought On Financial Literacy


I have followed some of the concern about financial literacy and have addressed it in this forum before.  Most recently here.  My concern is that few people seem to know what it is all about.  Fortunately I came upon a story about grammar in… Continue Reading “A Thought On Financial Literacy”

An Approach to Financial Literacy


Financial literacy cannot be taught. It is like golf. You have to do it and experience it to learn. You cannot get fully capable by reading a book or attending a lecture, but you can be coached. A suitable program to improve these skills… Continue Reading “An Approach to Financial Literacy”

People Have Simple Goals


People have simple life goals and yet they are not always attained and only rarely exceeded. There is a reason and that reason will have an impact on how financial services will be delivered in future. There are four simple life goals regarding financial… Continue Reading “People Have Simple Goals”

I’ll Flip You For It


In 1980 one of my neighbors was a senior vice-president at Dominion Securities. He told me a story about how some people understand neither the stock market nor what stock brokers do. On a Monday morning a young woman appears in his downtown Toronto… Continue Reading “I’ll Flip You For It”

On Communication


The high school where I passed my teenage years was small.  The result was that there were not enough players for the senior basketball team.  However, you need ten to practice so there was always someone who was not quite ready for the level… Continue Reading “On Communication”

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