The short, straight-forward answer to this question is no. Here we explain why attempting to time the markets is a bad idea, as well as illustrate the potential costs of getting it wrong.
In order to achieve diversification, it’s important to understand the different asset classes that are available to investors. Here, we provide a simple and short overview of some of the most popular choices.
Before you get swept up in the cryptocurrency frenzy, ask yourself the important question; is bitcoin for you and your family?
This week the price of oil slipped below $45 for the first time in 2017. Emily takes a look at what this means for inflation expectations and interest rates.
Whilst our purse strings might feel a little looser if the price of petrol drops, the oil price impacts us far beyond the pump.
This week I went to fill up my car and my heart sank as I realised I was paying more than £10 more to fill up my little car than I did this time last year. Traffic conditions haven’t changed, the amount I’m driving hasn’t changed, even tax has been frozen, instead it’s the oil […]
Richard Flax explains the reasons changes are being made to all Moneyfarm portfolios. In this video he discusses Brexit, Trump, and rising inflation.
2016 was an interesting year for emerging markets, and they’ve started the year as a much talked about asset class. They seem to be correlated with the oil price so that could be good news, but the Trump presidency could undermine this. We lift the hood on emerging markets equity. What are emerging markets equities? […]
2017 is set to be an interesting year; with elections in three major European countries (Germany, France, Netherlands), the official inauguration of Donald Trump as US president, and the likely triggering of Article 50 all on the horizon. And you thought 2017 was going to be easier. Not to forget Italy, which is currently dealing […]