Money Observer turns 40: don’t miss our special anniversary issue

We explain what birthday surprises we have in store for investors.

In personal finance and investment, experience is invaluable. It’s a trait that Money Observer has in spades, as the longest-established magazine in the market for private investors.

This October, we are celebrating our 40th anniversary, and to mark the occasion we will be producing a special anniversary issue outlining 40 ways to become a more successful investor.

There will be ideas and inspiration for investors of all persuasions, whether you prefer to buy funds, investment trusts, exchange traded funds or shares directly.  

For a taster of some of the practical pointers contained in the bumper 100-page special issue, check out our Editor’s Showcase podcast below.

While a 40th birthday can herald the start of a mid-life crisis, rest assured that at Money Observer we will continue to provide readers with high-quality analysis and information on a wide range of investment topics.

Some of the UK's top financial writers and analysts contribute to Money Observer. They include a former editor of Investors Chronicle (Ceri Jones), a past business editor of the Independent (David Prosser), and a former personal finance editor of The Scotsman (Jeff Salway).

In each monthly issue

We aim to produce a topical mix of investment news, analysis, fund and investment trust tips and performance data, as well as plentiful coverage of pensions, tax matters and financial planning themes.

So, inside Money Observer each month you’ll find a round-up of the month’s news, macro-economic features and analysis of the latest investment trends; plentiful fund, trust and share tips; lots of portfolio and asset allocation ideas; fund manager profiles; real and hypothetical portfolios that you can build and follow yourself; full coverage of pension and retirement planning issues; features on financial planning and taxation; and full performance tables for all UK-authorised funds, investment trusts, exchange traded funds and UK-listed shares.

Where to buy

The best way to ensure that you receive Money Observer each month is to take out a subscription, which will also ensure that you pay the lowest rate per issue. For more information, visit our subscribe page.

Money Observer can also be purchased at WHSmith, selected Tesco and J Sainsbury supermarkets, and many independent retailers. Alternatively, our digital issue can be bought here.

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