PUBLISHED: 13:03 22 April 2019 | UPDATED: 14:42 22 April 2019 Carl Lamb Carl Lamb, managing director of Almary Green Archant This week, our reader wants to know whether they should change their investment strategy towards higher risk for potentially greater gain. Carl Lamb of Almary Green responds. Reader question: My financial adviser has been talking to me about changing my investment strategy from using passive investments into active investments. He did explain the difference to me but on reflection I really don't understand. Can you explain the difference please? I am cautious with my investments so am concerned that a more active investment strategy might leave me more at risk.MORE: Ask the Expert: Does my employer still have to contribute to my pension when I've reached retirement age?Almary Green response: This is a complicated area so do go back to your adviser before giving the go-ahead. With active investments, the content of the fund is … [Read more...] about Ask the Expert: Should I swap my investment strategy to higher risk for greater gain?
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | When Gambling Seems Like a Good Investment Strategy Advertisement Supported by Retiring ByPeter Finch April 5, 2019 Bruce, a former medical professional, stuck the landing on his retirement. He saved well and invested wisely during his career, and so was able to quit working in 2011 at age 62. He and his wife figure they have enough money to last the rest of their lives. Their goal: earning a 5 to 6 percent annual return on their balanced portfolio of stock and bond funds. And yet … Bruce hears about things. A friend casually mentioned the 12 percent return he earns from a venture-capital investment. Another got him considering sports-betting stocks. He never thought much about “hot stock tips” in the past, but Bruce, who requested his last name not be used to protect his … [Read more...] about When Gambling Seems Like a Good Investment Strategy
By investing, you can save some money on your taxes. Phil Town Published 9:30 am CST, Friday, February 8, 2019 Photo: Entrepreneur Network Photo: Entrepreneur Network Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Entrepreneur Network Top Investment Strategies to Help You Save Money on Taxes 1 / 1 Back to Gallery With tax season entering into high gear, you may be wondering if there are any ways to save money on your taxes -- without getting in trouble with the law. Entrepreneur Network partner Phil Town lays out a few tax loopholes that can help you grow your wealth. IRAs are one method. These individual savings accounts can let you save money by deferring tax dollars. With … [Read more...] about Top Investment Strategies to Help You Save Money on Taxes
Tanza Loudenback, provided by Published 2:29 pm CST, Thursday, January 17, 2019 AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File Jack Bogle, the founder of investing firm Vanguard Group, died on Wednesday at age 89. Bogle pioneered low-costindex funds, which now make up 70% of Vanguard's $5.1 trillion in assets and are championed by legendary investors like Warren Buffett. But when Vanguard's first index fund debuted in 1976, it was largely ridiculed by others in the industry, and called "un-American" and "a sure path to mediocrity." This article is part of Business Insider's ongoing series onBetter Capitalism. Vanguard founder and prolific investor Jack Bogle passed away this week at age 89. In 1976 Bogle created the very first index mutual fund, a low-cost investing vehicle that valued the interests of investors over companies. In Vanguard's online tribute to its "near-legendary" founder, the firm recalled the negative early reactions lobbed at Bogle's index fund: "Ridiculed by … [Read more...] about When Vanguard’s founder first invented the index fund, it was ridiculed as ‘un-American,’ but 40 years later it’s an investing strategy championed by Warren Buffett
Anna-Louise Jackson, NerdWallet Published 2:34 pm CST, Friday, January 11, 2019 This article was first published on NerdWallet.com. After a wild 2018, when the S&P 500 fell the most since the financial crisis, many people are reevaluating their investment strategies. And that’s probably a good idea, especially as the current bull market could turn 10 years old this March. At NerdWallet, we generally recommend you don’t fuss too much with your retirement portfolio, opting instead for simple, low-cost strategies. But the reality is many people need to tap stock investments sooner than retirement, so a hands-on approach may make sense for these investors. Like many New Year’s resolutions — diets, exercise or budgeting, for example — investment strategies are personal. But unlike those others, coming up with fresh ideas for what to do with your investments can be difficult. Two experts offer tactical ideas to consider this quarter. 1. Map … [Read more...] about Investment Strategies for 2019: How to Conquer Q1