Friday Briefing: Why debate when you can just say no?

Friday Briefing

James Baxter-Derrington
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The course of investment trusts never did run smooth – Shakespeare, probably.

Certain conversations in life need to be approached delicately, with debates requiring nuance and a willingness from both sides to come to the table in good faith, and a desire to achieve even a fragile compromise for the net benefit of all. An understanding of what the other side of the table wants helps you frame your own goals in such a way that you can convince them that, really, you're both on the same side here. Friday Briefing: What it really cost you to double your money last year The negotiation becomes a dance, moving back and forth ‘til, eventually, an outcome is reached...

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