Alternative investing

Should you sell your stock market investments in May?

Tuesday, 03 May 2016 | Article

What does “Sell in May” mean?


Structured products under the microscope

Wednesday, 17 February 2016 | Article

Where can you go to get a decent return? If you lock your money in a top savings account for a year, you’ll get 2% if you’re lucky.

Consider an investment MOT to buffer market turmoil

Thursday, 28 January 2016 | News

With the recent market volatility weighing on many an investors minds, investment platform Fidelity International warns that now could be the time for a portfolio MOT.

How to be a better investor

Tuesday, 06 October 2015 | Article

Unfortunately - if only for any dreams I harboured of becoming a TV pundit - the answer to that question does not change on a daily basis.

How to transfer your stocks and shares Isa to another provider

Tuesday, 19 August 2014 | Article
But while these changes bring benefits, to get the most from the new environment, it's important to understand how they affect your Isa portfolio.

The top five countries for growth potential

Tuesday, 09 July 2013 | News

The top five countries globally with the greatest potential for economic growth are Rwanda, Liberia, Cambodia, Zambia and The Gambia, according to the latest findings by wealth manager Courtiers.

The costs and charges to be aware of when investing

Tuesday, 19 February 2013 | Article

The way you pay for funds is changing.

Is now the time to invest in gold?

Tuesday, 04 September 2012 | Article

Investors are flocking to gold as the continuing global economic turmoil is causing investors to plough their money into gold exchange traded products (ETPs).

Should we give Japan another chance?

Wednesday, 15 August 2012 | Article

How many times over the past two decades have headline wordplays on the Land of the Rising Sun been wheeled out, as fund managers and commentators spot tentative signs of recovery in the stagnant Japanese economy?

Quantitative easing: quick fix or long-term solution?

Wednesday, 08 August 2012 | Article

The idea behind QE is that the Bank of England increases the amount of money in the economy by buying up assets - chiefly government and corporate bonds - using money it has created itself.