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With gilt yields near historic lows and bank accounts paying next to nothing, investors have increasingly gravitated toward buy-to-let. In reality, though, buy-to-let has many drawbacks.
How can retirement investors generate the cash flow needed to meet expenses? To many, the answer is to add risk with investments offering attractive yields—mini-bonds, but it frequently doesn’t end well.
Don’t get sucked into the media hype surrounding the election of President Trump. Instead take a deep breath and look at the facts.
Will the upcoming election have positive or negative effects for investors? Let’s look at some facts and figures about potential shifts in political power.
Benefits of investing globally from a UK perspective.
While headlines cry the sky is falling, services sectors globally continue growing.
The record-high current account deficit and Brexit dread were supposed to destroy demand for UK gilts. Someone forgot to tell the market
The eurozone economy is on much more solid footing than is widely appreciated.
The Brexit referendum is stirring up a lot of misinformation. Here is our even-handed attempt to sift through the noise.
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