Success as an investor starts with the key questions of why, what, where, when and how. Why are you investing? What are your priorities? Where is your destination? When do you hope to get there? But it’s the ‘how’ that’s often overlooked.
Since April 2017, you’ve been able to open a Lifetime ISA if you’re aged between 18 and 40. For every £4 you pay in, the government will add £1. You can pay in a maximum of £4,000 a year to receive the £1,000 bonus from the government, which will be added at the end of […]
We have now moved beyond the 10-year anniversary of when, in early October 2007, the S&P 500 Index hit what was its highest point before losing more than half its value over the next year and a half during the global financial crisis.
For investors who adopt a systematic buy-hold-rebalance approach to investing, it can be tempting to question why the portfolio seems to be largely unchanged from one period to the next and what the firm is doing for its fee. Let’s consider this.
Costs matter. Whether you’re buying a car or selecting an investment strategy, the costs you expect to pay are likely to be an important factor in making any major financial decision.