This is the fifth post in our series on managing your portfolio and we're going to look at measuring success.
This is the fourth post in our series on managing your portfolio. In our last post we looked at how investors can manage the risk they face by using fixed interest and cash, although equites remain the most important element of their portfolio.
In our last post, we explained how we have outperformed the market over the last 12 months (June 1st 2012 – June 1st 2013) with a return of 29.9%. In this post we'll give you an overview of how we did it.
It's easy for some investors to believe that the best approach is a passive buy and hold investment strategy. The mantra goes ‘it’s time in the market, not market timing'. While buy and hold can be an effective strategy, if the investor starts at the right time and buys when the market is low, it is an approach that comes with flaws.
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In our last post we discussed the 3 main types of investment fund. In this next post in our series on funds, we'll go on to look at a fund's aims and objectives.
This is the third post in our series looking at investment funds. In our first post we covered the main benefits of investing in funds, while last time we discussed 6 steps to successful fund investing.
There are a wide range of funds available and the choice can sometimes be overwhelming so, in this post, we'll move onto looking at the main types of investments funds.