If making a will is on your to-do list during the coronavirus pandemic, be prepared for an unorthodox experience and do some advance prep, says Money Observer editor Faith Glasgow.
How does a post-Covid-19 global equity portfolio look? Andrew Pitts suggests BATS with FAANGS and GRANOLAS have a place.
Pension Clinic: Steve Webb addresses concerns relating to those who have final salary company pensions.
When the world regains a semblance of normality, these trusts are likely to reward contrarian investors, argues David Liddell.
The top 10 most commonly used examples of jargon within the pension industry – and what they mean in ordinary language.
There is a belief that people with psychopathic traits do well in the financial industry – but is this justified?
Potential investment trust opportunities and a standout sector are highlighted by Kyle Caldwell.
Investors should challenge managers to offer a range of instruments to help them navigate and capitalise on volatility, argues Saxo Bank’s UK chairman Charlie White-Thomson.
A manager of Monks Investment Trust explains how a shift of approach has changed the trust’s performance.
The joint manager of Pacific Assets investment trust talks to Cherry Reynard about the sustainable investing philosophy that should see the trust continue to make solid gains.
Chris Gannatti of WisdomTree Europe reviews the attractions of investing in smaller companies in the US, Japan, Europe and the emerging markets.
There is a growing chorus of voices arguing that negative interest rates have been harmful to those countries that have tried them.
As payouts dry up across the blue-chip landscape and beyond, what can income-seeking investors do to stay afloat and ensure they keep a steady flow of dividends? Tom Bailey explains.
From the UK market and property to tax and pensions, we consider the implications for investors and taxpayers of the Conservatives’ election victory.