You’ve probably noticed a recent pick-up in market volatility, sparked by increasing economic uncertainty and geopolitical risk. Headed up by our Chief Investment Officer, Richard Flax, our asset allocation team monitor the markets on your behalf, analysing market movements against the long-term goals of your portfolio, helping you stay one step ahead.
There are a number of different ways to measure performance, although there’s no one correct method alone. Here’s a quick guide to how we measure the performance of your portfolio at Moneyfarm.
Knowing when you qualify for the State Pension can help you plan your financial future and achieve a better quality of life in retirement.
Discussions held at our regular Investment Committee meetings reflect a mixed global backdrop. Global economic growth remains positive and earnings continue to expand. Global inflation looks contained and Central Banks seem keen to manage the route to normalisation of monetary policy with care. Yet the political environment remains challenging and financial markets are finding […]
Here, Chief Investment Officer Richard Flax explains how US monetary policy and the Italian Budget could impact Moneyfarm investment portfolios.
A decade on from Lehman’s collapse, Co-Founder and CEO Giovanni Daprà explains how the financial crisis still shapes how he works, what he expects from his team and his vision for Moneyfarm and financial services as a whole.
With a little over a month to go until the UK’s Brexit deal is meant to be finalised, it still feels like we’re none the wiser to what the end agreement will be. It’s difficult to keep up with how Brexit talks are progressing and this uncertainty can be unnerving for investors. Read Moneyfarm’s strategy, here.
Redundancy forced Roger to think about whether he could afford retiring early. Find out how the Moneyfarm Pension has helped him dedicate his new free time to his family and local volunteering.
In this guide, we worked with Boring Money to look at the fees you could be charged by your pension provider in two important stages; when you’re saving for your pension and when you start withdrawing from it.