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How to find prime assets in a changing world

How to find prime assets in a changing world

Investing is multi-dimensional and requires looking beyond traditional asset classes to find the real opportunities, argues Anthony Rayner at Miton.

Riding out the post-Brexit roller coaster

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Investors live in interesting times after the 'Leave' vote. Jeff Prestridge offers expert advice on handling savings and investments in this changing landscape.

Investing for children: Five myths busted

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Investing for children is often seen as a fiddly business, and there are a number of myths to debunk. Tom Stevenson at Fidelity sifts out the fairy tales from the facts.

Top pension tips for ultra-low interest rates

Top pension tips for ultra-low interest rates

Halving UK rates will push income from annuities to all-time lows. Steven Cameron at Aegon explains the other ways to maximise your retirement money.

What 0.25% rates mean for your wallet

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What does the decision to cut interest rates to a record low and reinstate QE mean for real people? Holly Mackay at Boring Money explains.

Share Sleuth: helpful texts for value investors

Share Sleuth: helpful texts for value investors

DIY in the world of investing can be harder and a lot riskier than the shelves-and-wallpaper kind, but there are some invaluable books out there. Richard Beddard offers a reading list.

Ken Fisher: share tips and surviving the misinformation age

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Evaluating media makes you a better investor, argues Ken Fisher. The investment legend also names two great stocks to own as this bull market keeps running.

How will new dividend tax rules hit investors?

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The new dividend tax setup will hit small business-owners hardest, but some investors will find their yield income affected too - Money Observer's Kyle Caldwell explains how.

Would a Brexit make you richer or poorer?

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A 'Brexit' or 'stay' result on 23 June will hit Britons' finances in very different ways. Ruth Jackson at our sister magazine Moneywise reveals what to expect from each outcome.

How will Brexit affect expats?

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All eyes are on the UK's economy right now, but a Brexit vote in June would also drastically affect 1.2 million Britons living in other EU countries. Money Observer's David Prosser explains how.