Understanding financial bias: What is it? 9th June 2020

Financial bias can affect the decisions you make, in the first blog of our series looking at the topic, we explain what it is. We all know what bias is and it’s something you may consider when making decisions in your day-to-day life but it’s also something that can affect financial decisions and, therefore, your […]

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5 museums and galleries you can visit from your sofa

Lockdown restrictions are gradually lifting, but it’s expected to be some time before life gets back to ‘normal’. If you’ve been missing the opportunity to visit museums and galleries over the last few months, there are some you can experience without having to leave your sofa. Thanks to technology, organisations have been able to bring […]

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The quick guide to bonds

When it comes to investing, it’s probably stock markets and shares that come to mind. Yet the average investment portfolio uses various asset classes to deliver returns and manage risk. One important part of your portfolio may be bonds. Bonds can also be known as gilts, coupons and yields, which, along with other financial jargon, […]

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The danger of holding too much cash

How much of your wealth do you hold in cash? Whilst it’s often viewed as the ‘safe’ option, there is a danger of your assets losing value in the long term and holding too much in cash too. It’s easy to see why people choose to hold large sums in cash. As it’s something we […]

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