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Winning with Investment Trusts!
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Investing in the Stock Market Investing in the stock market can be a risky business. However, over the long term the performance has been good. For example, over the last year the FTSE is up 2.29% (August 2018) – not brilliant and hardly better than sticking your capital in a safe Bank Account. The picture is […]

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Sector Performance – a good indicator?
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How to improve your investment strategies with Sector investing. Beat the S&P 500!

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Stretching Your Budget  – Top Tips
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Silver Surfers are often living on a Fixed Income – state pension, company / private pension, bank interest, and other investments. Statistics suggest that many are having to survive on just a state pension with no savings. So stretching the budget is rather important! In this article I outline some of the tactics I use […]

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How to Benefit from P2P (Peer to Peer) Phenomenon
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With saving rates so low – where else can you put your savings for a decent return? We have looked at investment trusts with good dividends in excess of 4% in How to Live Well in Retirement but  of course the value of trusts can go down as well as up! Well, P2P or Peer […]

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Consistent Dividend or Growth – a conundrum?
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In the article “How to Live Well in Retirement?“, I favoured a dividend approach with some growth stocks to beat inflationary effects. Of course, this is just one strategy to provide a monthly income. Alternatively, you might favour a more conservative approach to growth with some dividends. If you are not a stock picker, then […]

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How to Live Well in Retirement? Income Portfolio!
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How many of us have thought about Retirement Income planning, planned ahead and invested in pensions and savings for a wealthy retirement (sorry senior Gap Years)? Not too many for sure! So how do you STRETCH savings and investments for possibly 30 plus years? First I am not a financial advisor so please don’t think this […]

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