Understanding your finances is an important part of growing up, and it’s something that I wish I’d been taught more of in school.
Investors are jittery. Will equities continue to over-perform? Or is 2022 the year things finally grind to a halt? Read on to find out whether it will be a good or bad year for stocks.
The recent “Schroders Global Investor Study 2021” has highlighted some interesting differences between the risk appetite of younger and older investors.
If COVID-19 returns, which stocks will win and which stocks will lose? With vaccines available and business continuity in place, the markets seem to suggest that they could take another pandemic in their stride.
Cash flow is a superb indicator of the financial health of a business. A company can have huge revenues, but they aren’t profitable if even more significant outgoings exceed them.
Retirement is a dream for almost everyone. Relaxing, traveling, enjoying family — they should be the best years of our lives. Whether in the UK or US, how much money might you need to retire?
We look at the power of compounding, but also the importance of time to returns. But don’t be worried if you’re starting small, it can still add up and don’t worry if you’re in your 40s and 50s you can catch up.
Retirement is a dream for almost everyone. Relaxing, traveling, enjoying family — they should be the best years of our lives. But how much money do you need for retirement?
So the fantastic news, for the first time since we launched this about a year ago, we’ve taken the 12-month holding period that I always recommend for holding stock and these are the performance figures.
Planning for a better retirement through stock investments is a great idea. However, to do it successfully requires navigating a few common pitfalls. There are plenty of mistakes you need to avoid