The Colonel has no patience for the ‘facile non-entity’ bitcoin, while Tesla’s car business motors majestically on to greater things.
After running into some PPI money, the Colonel decides where to invest it.
The Colonel unearths a business that will never run out of raw material – or lose its ability to turn it into profits.
Against a background of political posturing, The Colonel worries that pensions could pose serious problems for one of his portfolio stalwarts
Our establishment of clever-clogs is licking its wounds as equity markets march higher. Plump for reliability to ride out Brexit uncertainties.
If this is the winter of our discontent, grumbles The Colonel, he can't wait for the summer to come.
After the Rio Olympics, The Colonel is in celebratory mood and decides to give his portfolio the spritzer treatment.
The government was unprepared for the vote to leave the EU, eroding any lingering trust we may have had in those who govern us, says The Colonel.
Leicester City's Premier League coup has the bookmakers looking broken, which is a signal to value investors that they may be worth a punt.
The Colonel hears why Brexit is a colossal red herring and a damaging distraction from the task of calming panicky world markets.