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March Market Commentary

Introduction February was another month when all the important news seem to happen in the last week of the month. President Trump delivered the annual State of the Union address on February 6th and announced a second meeting with North Korea’s Kim Jong-un. The two duly met up in North Korea three weeks later, only […]

Tips on how to avoid ‘FOMO’ investing

We’ve all experienced FOMO at one point in our lives, or to give it its full name; fear of missing out. It’s the feeling you get when there’s an event taking place that you can’t attend. It’s the “But, what if?” when considering whether to turn down an opportunity. It’s the anxiety that is all […]

Mary Poppins Returns: Can a tuppence really save the day?

Since the release of the film Mary Poppins Returns in December, it’s taken over $250m, making it a financial success. The story of the film itself however seems to recommend a few ways of making your own personal finances successful too. With the original set in 1910, the sequel takes us to 1935 where Michael, […]

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Love yourself, love your finances

We’ll be the first to admit that your personal finances aren’t the easiest thing to fall in love with. It can be easy to bury your head in the sand when it comes to both your regular expenditure and investments. There are several reasons for this. First of all, money can be a source of […]

February Market Commentary

Introduction The story of the US/China trade dispute was a thread running through much of last year. Some progress was made in resolving the dispute at December’s G20 summit and that appeared to continue in January with China saying it is ‘ready to work’ with the US. Donald Trump confirmed this, describing a telephone conversation […]

Think big this Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a staple in the romantic calendar and this year is no different. It’s a great excuse to show your loved ones what they mean to you and we all have different ways of doing that. For a lot of us, a single rose or a box of chocs will do the job […]

Saving for retirement: what’s the magic number

It’s easy to push saving for your retirement to the back of your mind. Future events have a habit of feeling very distant, until they arrive. It can be a difficult thing to keep track of too; with nobody helping you along the way or checking up on your savings, putting a retirement plan in […]

Huawei or the Highway

Huawei has held a spot in the headlines recently for a number of reasons, but you may be asking, what is Huawei (pronounced “Wah-Way”) and why is it of interest? The Chinese telecommunications company was founded in 1987 and began by developing equipment for mobile phone networks. Since then it has evolved and grown into […]

December Market Commentary

Introduction It is always difficult writing a report like this, as you are always trying to ‘hit a moving target.’ While you can record the stock market levels at the close of business on, say,  30th November, there is always the risk that the commentary is overtaken by events. That has never been more true than […]

4 ways to save at Christmas without being a Scrooge

With your Christmas preparations, starting soon is the key to saving money. If you leave your shopping to the last minute, not only do you have to face the 23rd December high street chaos, you’ll miss out on the excellent deals that many retailers offer early in the festive shopping season. It’s incredibly easy to […]

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