Are you a set and forget investor?

We can all be guilty of it – constantly checking something we know we shouldn’t. A cake in the oven or the scales when you’re only a day into a diet. It’s one of those things; you know it’s not going to help or change anything, but sometimes you just can’t help yourself! But all … Read More

Myths of investing #2: It’s all too complicated

With so much jargon, a plethora of multi coloured graphs and countless different investment providers out there, it’s no surprise people see the task of investing as a complicated one. Most people invest because they have the simple aim of wanting their money to grow. Unfortunately, with an industry seemingly set on avoiding the concept … Read More

The digital revolution

When did you last use the yellow pages? Or an actual road map? I’m not sure either, but I’ve definitely looked up the number to a restaurant on my phone, and then used a satnav to get there, much more recently. And it’s not surprising, technology is so integrated into our everyday lives its use … Read More

Myths of investing #1: But isn’t investing a bit high risk?

Well yes, it can be. But it doesn’t have to be. When someone mentions investing, what comes to mind? Individual company shares that could make you a millions or bankrupt you in a week? Bankers wearing braces? Leonardo DiCaprio as the Wolf of Wall St? Maybe it’s all of them or maybe none. But investing … Read More

Don’t end up relying on a rainbow for your retirement

Knowing how much you need to save for retirement is tough. A lot can change over a period of, say, 30 years or more. And not just to your own personal circumstances but to the economic climate too. There’s no doubt that starting to save for your retirement earlier is a good thing, but when … Read More

The early investor catches the worm

Deadlines are a double edged sword. Organisations and businesses often need to work to specific timeframes and deadlines in order to function. HMRC needs to enforce a deadline on tax returns and universities require a date for applications to be in, for example. But while deadlines can encourage people to act – they also give … Read More

What does the election mean for your finances?

As you are no doubt aware, we now have a conservative government for the next 5 years (at least). And a majority one too. So, with the uncertainty of who’s going to lead the country now cleared up, it’s worth recapping some of the points that were laid out in their manifesto and looking at … Read More

Investment lessons from the election

The general election has unsurprisingly swamped all other news in recent weeks. It’s made a lot more people interested in politics and how their country is run – and for this, it’s definitely been a positive. For some investors, and investment industry ‘experts’, it may also have served as a wakeup call too. Guess what? … Read More

Election uncertainty when investing

As the outcome of the general election draws nearer, the policies of each party are put under more and more scrutiny. The UK population wants to know what a prospective Government is going to do to improve the country, and what they are going to do for them personally too. But, beyond the impact on … Read More

Our manifesto for the advice industry

Advice is great – but more people need access to it. In our manifesto we’ve outlined the changes we want to see in the financial advice industry over the coming years.

Investment risk: Investment in the stock market is not a suitable place for short term money and you may not get back what you put in. All investment carries risk and it is important you understand this, if you are in any doubt about whether an investment is suitable for you, please contact us. Investment in the stock market and any income derived from it, may go down as well as up.

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