Category Archives: Investing


Stocks & Shares ISA vs SIPP – Which Is Right for You?

The wide variety of types of saving account around means that there is something that is right for everyone. Yet, this extensive range of options can also end up being confusing if you just can’t work out which one to go with.

Safe Investments

How to Make Safer Investments in 2017

Whether you’ve been investing for a while or you’re just starting out, the new year is a good time to try something new with your investments. Perhaps there’s a better place to invest your money, or perhaps there’s a way to make your investments more secure. Given the current financial and political climate, there’s never been a better time to focus on making safer investments. Why not do something different with your money in 2017? Maybe you could try investing in gold bullion (long-term investment) or money market funds (short-term investment), or you could also try to find the best high-yield online savings account for you. I’ll explain each of the options below.

Will the Nasdaq continue to rise?

Will the Nasdaq continue to rise?

After the NASDAQ hit an all-time intraday high earlier this week, investors the world over were wondering what’s to be expected from the index over the short term.

Online Trading Software: Why Should it be Included It in Your Online Trading Toolbox

Online Trading Software: Why Should it be Included in Your Online Trading Toolbox

Global financial markets are sensitive to global geopolitical news, and some new brings uncertainty to protracted business relations and international trade. Online trading software is a great tool, and has been developed in times when business has been difficult.

Is there a UK equivalent to Betterment and Wealthfront?

Betterment and Wealthfront – Is there a UK equivalent?

If you spend a lot of time following the financial markets or you’ve been researching ways to start investing, then you may well have come across names such as Betterment and Wealthfront. These two investment companies have become huge in the US and they are known as robo-advisors. If you have tried to invest your cash with one of these companies however and you live in the UK, you may also have realised that these companies don’t actually allow UK investments at this time, something which I imagine would have disappointed you.