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    Should I consolidate my pensions?

    On average, a worker in the UK changes their employer every five years. Gone are the days of remaining in the same role for decades, a social shift driven by young people entering the workforce with fundamentally different attitudes to work than generations past. Job hopping tends to slow down in times of recession but, […]

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    How are your investments actually performing?

    With the new tax year getting underway as many people find themselves in varying states of lockdown, now is an ideal time to tackle some often overlooked pieces of financial admin. For those with existing investments or those looking to invest, assessing your choice of wealth manager can be one of these. We recently published […]

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    What do markets do after historic down days?

    For the past couple of months, just about every area of society has been profoundly impacted by the spread of COVID-19. As governments the world over take measures to grapple with the virus, global markets have seen near-unprecedented volatility as lockdown laws and travel restrictions all but freeze economies.  This is, of course, a global […]

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    When will we get out of paralysis?

    If further confirmation of economic crisis was needed, it came from European PMI data. This month, it fell to its lowest levels for over 20 years – that is, since records began. The IHS Markit Eurozone Composite PMI Flash stood at 31.4 in March, collapsing from 51.6 and recording the largest monthly drop in the […]

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    Why now is a good time to invest

    We are in an extraordinary period for both global health and the global markets. Just as governments attempt to grapple with the spread of Covid-19, markets have been significantly affected and uncertainty has defined the last month. While this is, first and foremost, a global health crisis, when valuations are low, opportunities are presented to […]

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    Cash ISA vs Stocks and Shares ISA: A 10-year study

    For anyone looking to invest their money in an ISA, the decision between whether to allocate their funds in a cash ISA or a stocks and shares ISA is a vital one. Depending on the circumstances, both have their merits as the ISA deadline approaches. It pays, then, to be as informed as possible when […]

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