The Colonel knows his onions. Retired from the military with grown up children, this super-savvy empty-nester divides his time between walking the dogs, the golf and/or race course and hunting down great investment propositions. With his personal motto of Sinil Labore Nihil (or, roughly, Do Your Own Research for those without a Google translator) The Colonel spends more time on the web with ‘sharpener’ in hand than almost anyone else. And being a Colonel of course, he just can’t keep it to himself...
Peter Temple was an equity analyst for 18 years. In the decades since he quit the City he has been a widely published journalist and author. Here we get straight to the wisdom from the man who makes his living from investing.
The two months since the ETF Portfolio was last updated have been what might be described a "steady as she goes" period. The market has recovered some poise, compared to the periodic bout of euro-itis with which it was afflicted last time round.
It is a little-known fact that the iShares powerhouse, a big player in the now well-established market for exchange traded funds, actually began life as a joint venture between US bank Wells Fargo and the Japanese investment house Nikko.
Trends and Targets - a new name, but the same old team of analysts with their magic secret software! Formerly Precogz, they provide Interactive Investor’s clients with daily movement forecasts before trading commences, covering nearly 50 of the most popular traded shares.
Note: The analysts cannot give financial advice or strategy solutions. If you want to get hold of them, their email is: [email protected]
SEVERN TRENT (LSE:SVT) We've been looking through shares not normally covered in our daily blurb in the hope of discovering some candidates for a "ISA 2018 Brigade". Some surprising potentials make themselves known, though SVT isn't one of them. YET!
FTSE FOR THIS WEEK (FTSE:UKX) The very best way of starting a Sunday turned out not to be dropping a glass bottle of cough medicine on the kitchen floor. It both bounced and shattered, sending red gloop and glass fragments everywhere. A planned 7am start to look hard at FTSE future potentials vanished, unlike the sticky red medicine.