Our most popular blog posts in 2014

December 30, 2014 admin

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Our most popular blog posts in 2014

 

As 2014 comes to a close, we are all very grateful to all of you, our clients and readers who continue to visit our News Page and view more and more and a special thank you is due to those of you who take the time to share our thoughts and musings, and those of our guest writers, on your own social media channels – this really is very much appreciated!

 

However, I appreciate that everyone is busy and that it is not always possible to find the time to read what we post and that the sheer amount of information available on-line can, at times, seem just a little overwhelming.  It is hard to keep up with it all and blog articles, once published, move quickly down the page as new articles are published.

 

Therefore, I thought that it might help if I compiled a short list of our most popular articles this year, either by us or by our guest bloggers.

 

So, whether you are a brand new reader or just simply haven’t had the time to keep up with everything, I hope that some of these will (still) be of some passing interest to you.

 

The most popular of our most popular blog posts in 2014 was;

 

Inducements

 

This is our most popular blog post this year and was written by highly respected freelance journalist and present, Sam Shaw.  It covers the topic of inducements in financial services.  It amassed a mighty 1682 views on our website alone.  We have not reported on views via our other social media channels.

To read more just click here.

 

Our second most popular post amassing 1506 views was;

 

A Financial News Roundup

 

Whilst much of this content may now be out of date some will not and more can be read here.

 

Our third most popular post amassing 1682 views was;

 

A Cautionary Tale

 

This post was written by me and deals with the need to ensure that you always check the credentials and experience of your financial adviser or wealth manager.  To read this article just click here.

 

We had lots of other posts which attracted over 1000 views and they include guest posts by Danielle Levy and our very own Chief Investment Officer Peter Lowman with his weekly Lowdown on Markets and his regular series of Lowdowns on asset classes and investment themes.

 

I hope you enjoyed the blog this year, please keep visiting!

 

Please remember you can subscribe to received the articles by email and using the RSS Feed button on the page will also mean that you don’t have to remember to visit the site for your regular fix of our pensions, investments, wealth management and guest posts on industry related topics.

 

I will close by wishing everyone a very happy, healthy and prosperous 2015.

Lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lee Robertson, CEO

Lee is a Chartered Wealth Manager and is listed in the definitive Spears Wealth Management Index as one of the UK’s top 10 wealth managers. He is a regular contributor to the financial press and is often on television discussing wealth management and investment issues.

 

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