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10:19

Opinion

Are bonds really safer than stocks?

JEREMY BLATCH

Conventional investment wisdom and modern portfolio theory both hold that fixed-interest securities (bonds) are safer than equities (stocks). Most advisors will recommend to increase exposure to bonds with the investors age and to reduce risk. Carefu

16:48

Opinion

Really cool

ANDREW J. LINN

...that a bottle cooled in a horizontal position takes half the time of one that is standing up. It is really much quicker to cool wine in the glass, so best to keep a tray of ice cubes made from white wine in the fridge, or frozen grapes. In emergency

15:19

Opinion

Candy floss

Jennie Rhodes

really have taken over the country. "Democracy is dead" read one banner photographed during Wednesday and Thursday's protests. A Portuguese protester interrupted a Sky News interview during the protests on Parliament Square with an impassioned speech

17:23

What to do

A return to Malaga 22 years after the exhibition organised by SUR

Antonio Javier López

"It was curated by Francisco Parauta, who had the idea of putting the greys upstairs, nearer the sky, and the colours on the ground floor, nearer the earth and nature". "I really like Malaga. It's a lovely city," Scully said at the CAC Malaga

15:31

Opinion

Fighting litter

MICHEL CRUZ

...hillside slopes, woodland and even grassland where animals are meant to graze. Think of how much plastic sheep, pigs, chickens and cows ingest next time you tuck into a steak or drumstick and it may give you cause to stop and think about what is really an ... should also be a points system, as with traffic offences) and why not - install cameras to catch the culprits. I'm not in favour of a society in which people tell on each other (too Nazi Germany, Soviet Union) but really that is what those who cause our

11:46

Sport

Five out of seven achieved by David Rodríguez

ANDRÉS SAMPER

...would be best to set off for the summit straight away. After preparing their equipment, they headed for the wall of the mountain, a route which was not particularly difficult and with very adherent rock. "We were going so fast I didn't really know ... because they had estimated that it would take almost twice as long. Thanks to the fine weather and their chosen route, they had not encountered any problems. Once at the top, David had achieved five of the seven challenges in his project. "We were really

12:23

LifeStyle

Banderas: "I changed my life and am now doing what I really want to do"

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...their turn. He encourages them, wishes them luck, makes them laugh, just as if he were one of them. He always looks directly into the eyes of the person he is talking to. "Now I'm doing what I really want to do," he says firmly to me. After more than ... that made him decide to change his life. "People live as if they are never going to die, but we all will. And I don't want to die asking myself why I hadn't done something. When I saw death close up, I thought: I have to do something I really want to

16:23

LifeStyle

"I was always the nominee; it has taken me 40 years to receive an award like Cannes"

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...lives when there is only room for truth. In my case, that was when I had a cardiac event that made me face reality, and reality is when death is looking at you from close at hand. Then you say: "I have to do the things I really want to do." And there are ... things that you used to think were really important and they stop being so, while others stay with you. What remained was my family, my daughter, my friends and my vocation as an actor. I decided to turn my profession into what it was at first, my hobby. ... And there was the possibility of creating a theatre, which is really my passion. I'm a theatre actor at heart, despite all the films I have made. The money, at a certain moment, starts to become a Machiavellian intellectual process which keeps you tied

15:58

Opinion

Summer sails

Peter Edgerton

...spend 40 million dollars on it? I mean, I don't think anyone could really tell the difference between, say, a 10-million-dollar boat and one worth four times that unless they were some kind of yacht-obsessed anorak freak, holed up in their ... pizza-box-strewn bedroom reading Yachting Weekly from cover to cover sixteen hours a day. And that, surely, would completely defeat the object. No, spend your ten million on something which at best will cause the average passerby to say "Wow, look, Mary, a really