Setting up a power of attorney early on in life is a low-cost precaution that could spare you distress further down the line, argues Faith Glasgow.
The Woodford fiasco demonstrates that the Financial Conduct Authority, not for the first time, is failing in its duty to protect savers and investors, writes Andrew Pitts.
Pension Clinic: overall, the pension freedoms have been a success, but various obstacles need to be navigated to stop people making poor choices. The former pensions minister discusses areas of concern.
Few pockets of value remain for contrarians to exploit. David Liddell suggests three trusts that should prove resilient.
Jonathan Watts-Lay outlines top saving allowances to utilise before the end of the tax year.
There is a belief that people with psychopathic traits do well in the financial industry – but is this justified?
Bargain Hunter: On the whole investors continue to ignore their home market, but for those looking to increase exposure there are plenty of discount opportunities.
Liontrust’s Stuart Steven explains why he is cautiously positive on two major macro risks.
Fran Radano of North American Income trust on how he beats the index by taking active bets with a focus on cash flow.
The manager sum’s up the trust’s objectives as he explains that ‘we just want nice little businesses run by ho
Chris Gannatti of WisdomTree Europe reviews the attractions of investing in smaller companies in the US, Japan, Europe and the emerging markets.
Typically, in the context of history, a recession has occurred within the following 18 months on average, when the yield curve inverts.
One in three fund managers believe a recession is ‘likely
Inflation now exceeds the Bank of England target in the wake of wage growth, with energy bills and council tax to blame.