Most fund managers have their own ‘investment checklist’, which is essentially a wishlist of attributes they like to see embedded in a business.
DIY Investor Toolkit
Whether you prefer to invest in funds, shares or simply to passively “buy the market”, there is one thing that you should not underestimate: the power of compound interest, achieved through investing for the long term.
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Here is a summary of how it works, and some factors to weigh up before opening one.
Money Observer's deputy editor Kyle Caldwell runs through the mistakes made and lessons learnt since becoming a DIY investor.
Part of the answer to the question posed comes down to what your initial investment approach was, explains Marina Gerner.
Not got the time or the inclination to build your own portfolio? Here we explain how DIY investors can outsource the decision-making.
In the latest in our DIY Investor Toolkit series we name some fund and trust ideas for newbie investors.
Are you a cautious or adventurous investor? Read the latest in our DIY Investor Toolkit series to find out.