The 60-40 portfolio has been one of the most common investment strategies over the last 40 years and is the default portfolio used by many financial advisors and investors.
Index Funds have a particularly good track record compared to actively managed funds and are recommended by many of the world’s top investors.
This blog is designed to help new investors learn how to invest in index funds. It follows on from the Beginner’s Guide to Index Funds
If you are new to investing or nervous about investing a lump sum in one go, pound cost averaging is a highly effective system.
Ready-made portfolios are an excellent starting point for new investors. They offer great value for the level of expertise and management.
To reach your financial goals you must save money for investing. Some people might have a large sum to invest but that is rare. For most investors, the funds come from savings.
Here are four simple and easy steps to help you start investing.
Investment costs really do matter and are one of the most important things to consider when investing. Find out more
Lifecycle investing is a strategy that helps you balance the assets in your portfolio to manage your risk and achieve your investment goals.
Working out your investment goals, timelines and attitude to risk are vital to finding the right investment strategy.