Personal Finance 12.6.2017 09:52 am

Investment advice from the tea boy

As Ernest Hemingway once famously said: ‘At first you go broke slowly and then suddenly…’.

A Moneyweb commentator suggested that my musings about the economy are about as useful as those of an office beverage assistant: “Like I said before, Magnus is not qualified or equipped to comment on such matters. He is only qualified to bring me tea to my office and not comment on economic affairs.”

Investment advice from the tea boy
Investment advice from the tea boy

Investment advice from the tea boy

As Ernest Hemingway once famously said: ‘At first you go broke slowly and then suddenly…’.

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