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Mar 05, 2020

BLOG: Travel industry under threat from growing trend of cyber attacks

It has been a tricky start to the New Year where data security is concerned as over 1.5 billion consumers had records breached in January alone. But consumers do have rights and pr...
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Feb 28, 2020

BLOG: Life insurance is easier and more affordable than you think

We never like to think of the worst, but don’t let misconceptions stand in the way of taking out a life insurance policy.
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Feb 17, 2020

BLOG: Why investors may want to avoid big US tech stocks

The US is too big to ignore but investors may want to consider small or medium-sized companies, which still offer value, writes Darius McDermott.
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Feb 10, 2020

BLOG: Going green for the red carpet

Sustainable fashion has been thrust into the spotlight. Here’s how to keep up with the trend.
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Jan 15, 2020

BLOG: Ignore infrastructure investing at your peril

Several factors make the infrastructure sector an attractive long-term investment
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Nov 25, 2019

BLOG: It’s time to bring the pensions dinosaurs into the 21st century

Listening to the Queen’s speech last month , I was pleased to hear the commitment to making pensions simpler and providing more protection for consumers.
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Oct 28, 2019

BLOG: Investment trusts are one of the industry’s best-kept secrets

Having been around for more than 150 years, investment trusts have often been considered one of the best-kept secrets in the investment industry, writes Darius McDermott. 
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Aug 22, 2019

BLOG: Late cycle investing: Why cash may not be king in a market meltdown

Having experienced the longest bull market since World War II, investors could be forgiven for being wary about how much longer it can possibly last.
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Aug 07, 2019

BLOG: Bitcoin is not a safe haven asset…yet

Investors piled into Bitcoin this week amid growing trade tensions between the US and China. But it's too early to give the cryptocurrency safe haven status, writes Matt Morris.
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Jul 30, 2019

BLOG: Connect kids with lost Child Trust Funds to prepare them for future financial challenges

Gavin Oldham OBE, founder of The Share Centre, talks about the wider societal benefits of reuniting young people with their lost Child Trust Funds.
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Jul 15, 2019

BLOG: Can UK smaller companies continue to defy Brexit uncertainty?

Investors may be surprised at how well the UK’s smallest companies have performed in the three years since the EU referendum and the introduction of the “B word” which now do...
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Jun 04, 2019

BLOG: How Brexit negotiations have impacted financial markets

A look back at the impact Brexit talks have had on the forex market and the FTSE 100 - and a look ahead at what a no-deal scenario may bring.
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May 14, 2019

BLOG: Asia could be the long-term solution to income challenges

Income seekers have traditionally stuck with UK stocks, but Asia's growing dividend culture is providing these investors with more choice - and the opportunity to diversify their p...
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Apr 15, 2019

BLOG: TSB has led with fraud promise, now other banks should follow

TSB has become the first bank in the UK to promise to reimburse all customers who fall victim to fraud.
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Apr 03, 2019

BLOG: Brexit could be a golden opportunity for fund managers 

Investor sentiment in the UK is at a record low since 1995 – worse than during the Global Financial Crisis.
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Feb 21, 2019

BLOG: Turning negative scenarios into positive investments

The start of this year has, like last year, been dominated by geopolitical concern - whether it be Brexit, the ongoing US-China trade dispute or worries Europe is flirting with rec...

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