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15 Jan 2014 Investors Advised To Focus On Commercial Property

Investors should focus on commercial property in 2014, as industry experts predict that commercial property funds will deliver solid returns on investments, reaching a double-digit value. Private investors should realise the potential of the sector, with UK commercial property particula...

16 Oct 2013 74% Of Investors Would Not Hold Assets In Funds Linked To Human Rights Abuse

When making decisions on where to place their money, investors are typically preoccupied with factors such as the risks involved and return on their investment. With this in mind, assessment on whether funds are ethical or not is sometimes overlooked. New research from ethical investment provid...

04 Sep 2013 How To Plan Your Retirement Income

Securing a sufficient income for retirement has been a hot topic lately. Many investors have been focusing on drawing up plans to maximise what they can expect to receive after they retire. However, one of the most common mistakes investors make is concentrating on numerical values and ignoring...

28 Aug 2013 How To Avoid Common Investment Mistakes

Investing your money in shares and funds of your choice is often risky, especially for people who lack extensive experience in the field. Here are some of the most common investment pitfalls and how to avoid getting trapped. According to the Daily Telegraph, one of the biggest mistakes ...

07 Aug 2013 Fixed Income Funds Book Record-High Net Outflows In June

The Investment Management Association (IMA) said on July 30 that net redemptions for fixed income funds by retail investors had reached a historical peak in June, at £624 million. This is the highest amount since IMA started tracking the results in 1992. Total net outflows for the seco...

17 Jul 2013 Income Drawdown Reform To Provide Extra Cash To Retirees

Britons in retirement who still have their pension pots invested in the stock market are set to benefit from the new cap on withdrawals from drawdown pots, the Daily Telegraph reported. This means that a typical 65-year-old British pensioner with a £150,000 pot would have access to an addition...

17 Apr 2013 Sipp Operators Face Reforms In 2013

The recent introduction of the Financial Conduct Authority has led to a dramatic overhaul in the UK´s financial services industry. Self-invested personal pensions are no exception to this and over the next few months, they are set to go through a number of changes. One of the most...

12 Mar 2013 Equities Tipped The Most Attractive Option To Investors

Investors are constantly in hot pursuit of new income streams as gains from conventional fixed-income sources are beginning to shrink. Equities have started to emerge as their latest favourite, as the Financial Times has established, judging from the results of its latest Celsius sentiment surv...

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