Losing money investing isn’t as easy as it was in the good old days of commission-based brokers, 5% upfront charges, and no cheap tracker funds…
Interest rates are very low. What unwanted problems could this be causing?
Debate rages as to whether today’s very low interest rates are a symptom or a cause of what still ails us, all these years after the height of the financial crisis…
Real returns on cash are headed into negative territory, as a result of the decision to Brexit.
The vote to Brexit has sent the UK into a state of upheaval. At times it’s felt like a mashup of The Thick of It meets Big Brother. Indeed if we are living in a computer simulation – as Tesla’s Elon Musk recently reminded us is probably the case – then ours seems to be [...]
As all sides wake up to the realities of the EU Referendum, investors need to think about the wide range of potential outcomes of the vote to Leave.
The Alice in Wonderland atmosphere in the UK continues after the shock vote to Brexit…
Who wants to be a millionaire? Exactly — the impoverished poets have all the fun.
Jason Zweig’s A to Z of financial jargon is a must for investors, being about the funniest thing you will ever read short of an advertisement for an under-performing hedge fund…
Dividends have risen strongly since the financial crisis, but is the gravy train about to hit the buffers?
Stock markets go up and down — sometimes sharply — and so will your emotions. Make sure you have a plan to cope with it all.
China’s new investing class is being put through the ringer. Here’s some lessons for the long-term.
Blackrock has slashed its ongoing charges on several key tracker funds…
The government is mulling over the future of pensions. Find out what’s on their mind and how you can influence them.
Government bonds have bounced all around in the past few days, after the world’s leading Central Bankers said they don’t much care if prices fall. Should you?
Equity income investment trusts are trading at a discount again. Is this the moment you’ve been waiting for?