Behind every investment is a person, a person with goals that they’re trying to achieve. This year Moneyfarm takes to the streets to speak to the people behind the investment and share their stories. Mark Baldry, father of three, was fortunate enough to live through one of the greatest bull markets of all time. This […]
Investing is something for the wealthy. Investing is something that you need to constantly tweak. Investing is something where you’ll notice the impact daily. These are the myths we looks dispel in this short video. Because in fact, when you’re an investor, all you need is time. Time is the most powerful tool in your […]
Have you ever thought of treating your investment portfolio like a garden? Take inspiration from the time, care and variety you put into your garden when investing. This short video talks through the four areas that investors need to focus on.
This was the first Autumn Statement from Chancellor Philip Hammond, and it started with a revision of UK growth expectations. This was to be expected as we face an uncertain economic environment; and the slow to 1.4% growth in 2017 was less severe than many city analysts have projected. The Chancellor announced investment in infrastructure, […]
Balancing your savings with your financial needs is no easy thing to do. There are so many products on the market it is difficult to know which product is the best to suit your needs. At Moneyfarm we know our products are best suited to medium and long-term investors. But what is the difference between […]
Everyone needs to save money, whether starting a family, saving up for a house deposit or even a holiday. But how can you make your money go further? Here are four simple ways to save money so you can have a little left over and start to invest. Cut utility bills Gas, electricity and water are things we […]
Are you separating your money into different buckets? And did you know that by doing this you could be damaging your overall wealth. We explore mental accounting, and how to avoid it.
Savings have long been touted as a great thing to have. But have recent events made the saving environment so difficult, its almost not worth it?
80% of UK millennials say they would trust a robo advisor; but should low-cost, easy to use, investment services really be limited to one generation?