Money Observer

Archived since January 2013 Modern Archive

69 issues

Money Observer has been helping investors make their money work harder since 1979 with its unrivalled history of delivering the most insightful coverage on investment market trends and fund strategies. The award-winning editorial team analyses the market to give you the best tips and tactics to use when you’re trading and investing.

Now you can get Money Observer direct to your computer, tablet and phone with a digital subscription! Print subscribers can get full access to the digital and app versions.

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As markets soldier steadily on despite trade wars, deepening Brexit anxieties and currency crisis, we lead September’s Money Observer with a round-up of the many investment worries keeping some of our leading fund managers awake at night.
We also focus on sustainable investment – the growing trend for investors to favour putting their money into companies that operate best practice in terms of matters environmental, social and governance (ESG).They’re looking for companies that are doing the right thing – but they’re also looking for competitive returns.
Many ESG funds are relatively young and have not experienced a bear market, but Tom Bailey’s feature highlights evidence to suggest that the nature and quality of the companies they invest in means they will be relatively resilient when markets next head south. We also look at the cheap passive sustainable funds available. There are an increasing number of passive ESG funds offering low charges – but do they tick all the boxes for investors looking for sustainability? And we talk to Mike Fox, manager of Royal London Sustainable World, about the considerations driving his investment approach. One of the most obvious ways to improve long-term returns from your Sipp is to ensure you don’t pay more than you have to for your platform and trading charges - but as our Sipp platform survey reveals, the best value broker varies according to the size of your portfolio. Don’t miss the heat maps showing price leaders for different sizes of investment.
With our quarterly Dogs of the Footsie update, a review of the reasons for sticking with a final salary pension or transferring out of it, and analysis of the apparently unstoppable US stock market and whether it’s too late to join the party, there’s plenty of rewarding reading in this month’s issue.

Subjects: Finance

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Money Observer has been helping investors make their money work harder since 1979 with its unrivalled history of delivering the most insightful coverage on investment market trends and fund strategies. The award-winning editorial team analyses the market to give you the best tips and tactics to use when you’re trading and investing.

Now you can get Money Observer direct to your computer, tablet and phone with a digital subscription! Print subscribers can get full access to the digital and app versions.

  • First Issue: January 2013
  • Latest Issue: September 2018
  • Issue Count: 69
  • Published: Monthly
  • ISSN: 2059-5492

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