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Lars doesn’t believe what neat online calculators tell him. Reality is more complicated.

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Do you have a money mind?

Are you mentally prepared to be an good investor? Todd Wenning puts you on the couch and looks inside your brain…

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The strong case for index investing is made by a passionate fan of the strategy (who shall be known here as The Accumulator).

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A choice of cheap index trackers to help passive investors craft their portfolios

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The Slow & Steady portfolio is going down! Time to smash glass and activate our emergency plans? Watch us inaction.

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I, Robot

Investing is a soap opera that provokes return-wrecking emotions. So reduce your emotional involvement to that of a car factory robot via automatic investing.

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Dividends for the long run

Investors who stick to boring companies that churn out cash have been well-rewarded over the long-term.

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What are global equities when they’re at home, and why would you want to invest in a fund that puts money into them?

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Few people like to think about getting older, but you should try to do so when you’re rebalancing your portfolio.

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The thought of creating a financial spreadsheet may not set your heart racing, but it’ll be worth the slog says Lars Kroijer…

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Vanguard has launched a new platform that enables UK investors to invest directly in its funds at a lower cost than with rivals.

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Dividends can be cut by firms in trouble, or where management decides to do something else with its cash flow. Here’s what to look out for…

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SRI investing enables you to make a positive difference to the world and fight the nasty face of capitalism. Find out how.

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Lars Kroijer explains how to match your bond allocation to your time horizon, and considers what kind of returns you might enjoy. (Or not enjoy, these days…)

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The Lifetime ISA

Yet another new kind of ISA for us to get our heads around. This one is for under 40s, and it’s good for buying a house or some treats once you’re 60.

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What’s wrong with dividends?

Dividend investing is much more popular than 20 years ago, and that’s brought out some critics. We think they protest too much…

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