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Markets Pensions
May 2018
Your money, your choice
Markets Pensions
May 2018
Supporting your future financial requirements You can pay into as many pension schemes as you want; it depends on how much money you can set aside. There are several different types of private pension to choose from, but in light of recent government changes the tax aspects can require careful planning. So what do you need to consider? Read full article
Investment Markets
May 2018
Diversification, diversification, diversification
Investment Markets
May 2018
Portfolio building requires different characteristics to evaluate There are many ways to invest and different types of investments. But when looking to build an appropriate diversified portfolio, investors have a number of different characteristics to evaluate. For example, is the investment designed to provide growth or income? Is it domestic or international? Does it have a maturity? Another consideration is whether the investment is actively or passively managed. Read full article
Investment Markets
May 2018
Cultivating the art of patience
Investment Markets
May 2018
Sticking with a long-term commitment to your investments If you want to give your investments the best chance of earning a return, then it’s a good idea to cultivate the art of patience. The best returns tend to come from sticking with a long-term commitment to your investments. Read full article
Markets
November 2017
Investors Return to Europe as Forgotten Continent Shines
Markets
November 2017
  Until recently, investors might have been forgiven for shunning European equities. But the past few months have seen the outlook brighten, forcing many to rethink their allocations. Political risks are receding, consumer confidence is back and manufacturers – not… Read full article
Markets
April 2017
FTSE falls despite dollar recovery from Trump sell-off
Markets
April 2017
The FTSE 100 has closed down, despite the pressure from a stronger pound easing as a dollar sell-off sparked by US president Donald Trump calmed. The UK blue-chip index closed 21 points, or 0.3%, at 7,328, despite the pound… Read full article
Markets
April 2017
Markets: US stocks decline amid geopolitical tensions
Markets
April 2017
Wall Street finished lower on Tuesday but well off the day’s lows, as worries about geopolitical risks lured investors out of risky assets like stocks and into the perceived safety of Treasurys, gold and the Japanese yen. The Dow… Read full article