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    We’ve rebalanced our portfolios

    An important part of Moneyfarm’s service is to make changes to our client portfolios when the need arises. In this latest rebalance, we’ve maintained our portfolios’ conservative positioning.  The outlook for Europe’s economy is difficult, with the ongoing energy crisis adding to a situation of slowing growth and high inflation. In response, we have decided […]

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    UK comment: Not-so-mini budget

    What are we talking about? The Chancellor announced details of a so-called “mini budget” on Friday. The policy signals were quite significant and the market reaction was abrupt. What was notable? There are a number of pieces of news that caught our attention. 1. Tax cuts and Growth: The new government is focused on economic […]

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    Introducing fixed allocation portfolios

    At Moneyfarm, we’re always looking for new ways to make investing simple and accessible for as many people as possible. We’re also aware that, for a lot of people, the cost of investing in an actively managed portfolio can be a blocker when deciding where to put your money. So, to provide an alternative to […]

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    How to prepare for record inflation

    Inflation figures, which reached 9.9% in the UK in August, are the highest we’ve seen in a generation. The situation, which is unprecedented for many, has caught people off guard and a lot of people don’t fully grasp what high inflation materially means and how to react to it. In this article, we’ll answer some […]

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    Why the current recession is unusual

    Since the start of summer, one of the most pressing questions for investors and politicians alike has been whether or not the US is actually in a recession.  Part of the question is semantic, but it’s of great importance to investors. The US is, after all, where the greatest concentration of our equity investments is […]

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