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Why the NISA Is Nicer Than the ISA

The New ISA (NISA) is here. The ISA has been on quite a journey, starting out as a Personal Equity Plan (PEP) in 1986 when the maximum annual contribution was 6,000 pounds which would be invested into collective investments. Whereas the Cash ISA started life in 1991 as the Tax Exempt Special Savings Account (TESSA), you could save up to 9,000 pounds over a 5 year period.

Invest With An Index Fund Strategy

An alternative to mutual funds, index funds are low cost and offer market returns. This investment strategy can be used in building a retirement, as well as an investment you can access anytime.

Robo Financial Advisors – Is This The Future?

Ever since the major technological advancements of the 20th century, it’s was only a matter of time before someone would try to automate your investment strategy. The problem is, it’s not that simple.

Stop That Financial Advisor!

Your financial advisor may be stealing thousands from your portfolio. What you need to know to find out how and what you can do about it.

Market Overview Q314: The Fed’s Magic Act and the Reappearance of Risk

An important effect of quantitative easing is that it makes risk seem to disappear for a period of time. Much like in a magic show, the disappearance of risk is illusory. Now that the quantitative easing show is coming to an end, investors will need to incorporate the reappearance of risk into their decision making. Although efforts to maintain illusions will persist, they are only illusions. As a result, it will be increasingly important to be able to identify asset prices fully discounted for risk.

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