Why we’ll probably never own an electric car

If anyone has ever been in Oslo and take a taxi you’ll have probably been in a hundred thousand pound Telsa. Norway is expensive for just about anything bar walking in the countryside and eating Knekkebrød and cars are no exception. Continue reading “Why we’ll probably never own an electric car”

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P2P lending: diversifiction / diworseification

Diversification is not keeping all your eggs in one basket.  But how many baskets is enough in the world of P2P?  At what point does diversification become diworsification? Continue reading “P2P lending: diversifiction / diworseification”

Climate Change and Investment Risk

I was driving through the countryside this weekend and through the catchment area for one of my pet investments.  Rumbling bridge hydro.

I have had a soft spot for cooperative finance and I’ve been investing in Peer to Peer investments for over 10 years but a couple of years ago I came across this type of energy cooperative. Continue reading “Climate Change and Investment Risk”