Category Archives: Investment Advice Windsor

Financial Planning – Windsor

Clearly the average client’s planning needs are completely different in their twenties to their fifties and, while it’s true to say there’s no such thing as an ‘average’ client, this short guide will hopefully help to set most people on … Continue reading

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Beware of the Dog – the importance of monitoring funds regularly

If you watch the money programmes on TV or read the financial pages of the newspapers, you might have come across the term ‘dog fund.’ What does the term mean? And why is it so important to the ordinary investor? … Continue reading

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June market commentary

 There’s an old stock market adage which says “Sell in May and go away.” This year, “Sell before May and go as far away as possible” might have been more appropriate, as world stock markets tumbled throughout the month. Only … Continue reading

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Investment Advice Windsor

I am constantly asked “whats the best investment” and “where do you put your money” by my clients – however it should always be based around how much risk my client is prepared to take.  How do we work this … Continue reading

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The State Pension Scheme

So based on the fact that the State Pension gives a single person who is retired or age 65 year old a pension of £102.15 per week or £5311.80 per annum, how would this compare to what they could have … Continue reading

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