Are you looking for better returns from your ISA and SIPP investments? Most investors are looking to improve their returns but unfortunately the majority are unsure how to do it. Many think that it’s all about the funds they pick, but this is just one part of the equation. When people ask me my thoughts on ISA and SIPP investments, I always steer them towards 3 key points.
ISACO have developed a method to help investors like you aim for market beating returns. You might ask why market beating returns are so important? The answer is simple, they help you to arrive at your financial goals faster.
The answer to the question in the headline is yes, it is possible to make this level of returns from fund investing.
Many people are shocked when they discover that some funds can help them return as much as 1 per cent per week. I know it’s possible because over a recent 8 week period my Stocks & Shares ISA account jumped by 11.5 per cent*.
Back in February I outlined my own personal experience of Shadow Investing. In this post I want to tell you more about the performance I've achieved in falling markets too.
Over the last eleven years* the market has been in a sideways trend, which has resulted in the FTSE 100 making a cumulative loss of 15%. To make money over this period has been tough. However, by copying my brother Stephen’s trades over this time I’ve made a cumulative after tax gain of 27.1%.
Last week we looked at choosing the best funds for your ISA and the key points investors need to know. In this post we'll continue with this important subject and focus on identifying funds with real growth potential.
How do you choose the best funds for your Stocks and Shares ISA? Deciding which investment funds you want in your ISA portfolio can be a challenging and time consuming activity. Fidelity has over 1200 funds to choose from and some providers have an even larger range, so it’s no surprise that it’s extremely easy to feel overwhelmed by too much choice.
Albert Einstein famously said, “The most powerful force in the universe is compound interest.” Compound interest arises when interest is added to the principal, so that, from that moment on, the interest that has been added also earns interest.
Last week we looked at why many investors seek better returns from their ISA and SIPP portfolios and how investment guidance could be the answer.
Most investors seek better ISA and SIPP returns. The reason why so many investors desire higher returns is because unless they achieve good growth, they may undershoot their long-term investment aims. Missing key targets could result in them being forced to downgrade their lifestyle upon reaching retirement; a scenario many investors find completely unpalatable.