There are fears for the financial advice sector as one survey reveals many UK investors are not willing to pay the going rate for advice from an expert.
Robo adviser performance one year in: are you a better investor than an automated financial adviser?
Robo advisers providing DIY investment have been around for only a matter of months – but it’s long enough for an initial assessment of how their investment performance stacks up so far.
With just over a week to go until the chancellor gives his maiden Autumn Statement, Faith Glasgow offers a few helpful pointers.
Consumer complaints to the FCA fell 15 per cent from over 2.9 million to just under 2.5 million in the second half of 2013.
Only one in 20 investors commit their money to investment products for ten years or more, claims a report from Schroders.
Wealthy investors are more confident about the year ahead than at any time since the 2008 financial crisis, despite poor global market performance.
It has not been an exciting year for fixed-interest investors, and in some cases it has been a disappointing one.
The Scottish government has now published a white paper with details of the financial implications of a move to independence.
Low-risk bonds are looking lame as the revival in equities gathers pace. So is a big switch to shares on the way?
Economic uncertainty in the eurozone is the issue investors are most worried about, according to financial advisers.