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October
23
Brexit omnishambles and my portfolio
Whichever way you voted in the EU referendum, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone that’s happy about how the Brexit negotiations have panned out since... Read >
October
23
Brexit omnishambles and my portfolio
Whichever way you voted in the EU referendum, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone that’s happy about how the Brexit negotiations have panned out since... Read >
September
12
You don't need bonds...
until you need them
With the Bank of England finally raising interest rates to 0.75% in August, only the second rise in a decade, it felt like a good time to talk about bonds... Read >
September
12
You don't need bonds...
until you need them
With the Bank of England finally raising interest rates to 0.75% in August, only the second rise in a decade, it felt like a good time to talk about bonds... Read >
More Bang From Your Holiday Buck
Summer holidays; we’ve all got our little tasks to complete beforehand. Along with digging out the passports and fetching the suitcases from the loft... Read >
Sponsoring the Royal National Institute of Blind Peoples Community Garden
We’re delighted to be sponsoring the Royal National Institute of Blind People’s (RNIB)... Read >
Why trend-chasing can leave your investments on the rocks
As I approach my mid-century plus five birthday (spoiler alert!), in my head I still feel the 80’s... Read >
Choosing between a Cash and a Stocks & Shares ISA
We’ve all heard about ISAs and the tax advantages they can bring and there may be tax advantages to... Read >
What's the point of an ISA?
If you’ve got money to invest, you may well be thinking about investing in an ISA. When a client asks me ‘should I invest in an ISA?’ I always answer the same… Read >
ISA key facts
An Individual Savings Account (ISA) is a simple but effective way to save for the future. It’s quick to set up, straightforward to... Read >
Don't believe the hype
‘Wall Street opens down’, ‘FTSE 100 falls 1% at open’, ‘FTSE slides further’, ‘Global sell off continues in Europe’... Read >
Reading the tea leaves
Investors in January are inclined to reflect on the 12 months gone and muse on what the coming year might bring... Read >
Should I Jump on the Bitcoin Bandwagon
You’d be forgiven for thinking that Bitcoin was the overnight success story of 2017. You couldn’t open a newspaper... Read >
Phil it with jokes, Mr Hammond
On Wednesday, Chancellor Philip Hammond took to the dispatch box to deliver the 2017 Autumn Statement... Read >
40,000 reasons why financial advice adds value
Individuals receiving financial advice could see their wealth increase by up to £40,000... Read >
Understanding ISA inheritance tax rules
With Individual Savings Account (ISA) allowances now at £20,000 a year, it’s no surprise that... Read >
So, it's a hung parliament
As dawn breaks, the morning light reveals yet another political gamble that has not paid off... Read >
UK General Elections and the Stock Market
Over the long run, the market has provided substantial returns regardless of who lives at Number 10... Read >
Investment Shock Absorbers
Ever ridden in a car with worn-out shock absorbers? Every bump is jarring, every corner stomach-churning and... Read >
The Art of Letting Go
In many areas of life, intense activity and constant monitoring of results represent the path to success. In investment... Read >
The Wine Lovers' Guide to Investing
Savouring a vintage wine is one of life's great pleasures. But often overlooked in the joy of consumption is... Read >
Sailing With the Tides
Embarking on a financial plan is like sailing around the world. The voyage won't always go to plan and there'll be rough seas... Read >
US Presidential Elections and the Stock Market
Next month, Americans will head to the polls to elect the next president of the United States. While the outcome... Read >
Pokémon Investing
Have you noticed the surge recently in people wandering aimlessly and staring at their smartphones? Chances are they're playing Pokémon GO... Read >
UK votes "Leave". What next?
The UK has voted to Leave the European Union, with a nearly 4% winning margin. It is no secret that investment markets dislike uncertainty. Read >
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October
23
Brexit omnishambles and my portfolio
Whichever way you voted in the EU referendum, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone that’s happy about how the Brexit negotiations have panned out since... Read >
October
23
Brexit omnishambles and my portfolio
Whichever way you voted in the EU referendum, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone that’s happy about how the Brexit negotiations have panned out since... Read >
September
12
You don't need bonds...
until you need them
With the Bank of England finally raising interest rates to 0.75% in August, only the second rise in a decade, it felt like a good time to talk about bonds... Read >
September
12
You don't need bonds...
until you need them
With the Bank of England finally raising interest rates to 0.75% in August, only the second rise in a decade, it felt like a good time to talk about bonds... Read >
More Bang From Your Holiday Buck
Summer holidays; we’ve all got our little tasks to complete beforehand. Along with digging out the passports and fetching the suitcases from the loft... Read >
Sponsoring the Royal National Institute of Blind Peoples Community Garden
We’re delighted to be sponsoring the Royal National Institute of Blind People’s (RNIB)... Read >
Why trend-chasing can leave your investments on the rocks
As I approach my mid-century plus five birthday (spoiler alert!), in my head I still feel the 80’s... Read >
Choosing between a Cash and a Stocks & Shares ISA
We’ve all heard about ISAs and the tax advantages they can bring and there may be tax advantages to... Read >
What's the point of an ISA?
If you’ve got money to invest, you may well be thinking about investing in an ISA. When a client asks me ‘should I invest in an ISA?’ I always answer the same… Read >
ISA key facts
An Individual Savings Account (ISA) is a simple but effective way to save for the future. It’s quick to set up, straightforward to... Read >
Don't believe the hype
‘Wall Street opens down’, ‘FTSE 100 falls 1% at open’, ‘FTSE slides further’, ‘Global sell off continues in Europe’... Read >
Reading the tea leaves
Investors in January are inclined to reflect on the 12 months gone and muse on what the coming year might bring... Read >
Should I Jump on the Bitcoin Bandwagon
You’d be forgiven for thinking that Bitcoin was the overnight success story of 2017. You couldn’t open a newspaper... Read >
Phil it with jokes, Mr Hammond
On Wednesday, Chancellor Philip Hammond took to the dispatch box to deliver the 2017 Autumn Statement... Read >
40,000 reasons why financial advice adds value
Individuals receiving financial advice could see their wealth increase by up to £40,000... Read >
Understanding ISA inheritance tax rules
With Individual Savings Account (ISA) allowances now at £20,000 a year, it’s no surprise that... Read >
So, it's a hung parliament
As dawn breaks, the morning light reveals yet another political gamble that has not paid off... Read >
UK General Elections and the Stock Market
Over the long run, the market has provided substantial returns regardless of who lives at Number 10... Read >
Investment Shock Absorbers
Ever ridden in a car with worn-out shock absorbers? Every bump is jarring, every corner stomach-churning and... Read >
The Art of Letting Go
In many areas of life, intense activity and constant monitoring of results represent the path to success. In investment... Read >
The Wine Lovers' Guide to Investing
Savouring a vintage wine is one of life's great pleasures. But often overlooked in the joy of consumption is... Read >
Sailing With the Tides
Embarking on a financial plan is like sailing around the world. The voyage won't always go to plan and there'll be rough seas... Read >
US Presidential Elections and the Stock Market
Next month, Americans will head to the polls to elect the next president of the United States. While the outcome... Read >
Pokémon Investing
Have you noticed the surge recently in people wandering aimlessly and staring at their smartphones? Chances are they're playing Pokémon GO... Read >
UK votes "Leave". What next?
The UK has voted to Leave the European Union, with a nearly 4% winning margin. It is no secret that investment markets dislike uncertainty. Read >
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