Invest your ISA allowance and then put your feet up

The tax year end ISA rush is gearing up. The online message boards are full, your bank has written to tell you about their cash rates and investing adverts are everywhere you look. ISAs are important because they’re such a tax efficient way to save. So, although you may not feel like listening to all … Read More

Why rebalancing your portfolio shouldn’t be overlooked

For any investor maintaining a diversified portfolio, rebalancing will be a key consideration. It doesn’t have to be a complicated task, but it is a very important one – and one that can help even the most emotional investor make rational decisions. A diversified portfolio will have investments spread across a number of different asset … Read More

Is it time to take your investment portfolio out of hibernation?

When did you last look at your investment portfolio? Yesterday? Last week? Last year? The year before that? There’s no exact science to how often you need to check-up on your portfolio; there will be some people that look at their investments once a day and there will be others that check once in a … Read More

What are your reasons not to invest?

The subject of investing can strike fear into some, make others glaze over with boredom, and perhaps spark a little interest in a few. Regardless of which camp you fall into, the benefits of investing are clear. It’s all about growing and protecting your savings and preparing for your future. You can probably think of … Read More

Investment growth and the hindsight of “what if?”

Sometimes the problem with investing is you just don’t know where to start. If it’s not something you know about or are interested in, the idea of investing can quite easily get brushed under the carpet. But, regardless of the why – the longer it goes on, the bigger impact it can have on your … Read More

Portfolio Investment: why optimism can be bad news

Are you an optimist at heart? Do you have a lottery ticket in one hand and a pair of rose tinted glasses in the other? Most of us are, in fact. And why not? Life is better when good things happen. A bias towards optimism can mean someone believes they are less likely than others … Read More

The Narrative Fallacy: are you sitting comfortably?

We all yearn for reason and explanation. If something has happened, we want to know why. Just accepting it’s happened, and leaving it at that, is not a satisfactory answer for most. It’s in our nature to want to know the how and the why and, to be honest, it’s hard to fault this desire. … Read More

Why successful investment strategies are boring

What’s the secret behind most successful investment strategies? In his blog for Your Money, Chris Williams explores the benefits of being boring. Find out why a lack of excitement can do wonders for your savings.    

Regular Contributions: How little can become large

The baby boomer generation has been in the headlines again recently, following the publication of a series of reports over the last few weeks. Chief among the smattering of worried findings was the revelation that the number of young people still living at home has climbed 25% in the last two decades, mainly thanks to … Read More

The cost of investing: How much is your time worth?

The cost of investing is rarely far from the news. With fees coming from a number of directions – advisers, fund managers, investment platforms etc. – it seems like a topic that will always be a big talking point in the financial industry. And this is a good thing for investors.   So your service … Read More

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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