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06 Sep 2019

Monthly Update | parliament packs up and trade war takes toll

Our latest monthly investment update examines the consequences of the UK parliament shutdown and US-China trade war, and gives our view on recent talk of a potential recession.
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21 May 2018

Don’t get burnt by bad timing this summer

Why we think the old stock market saying ‘sell in May and go away, don’t come back until St Leger Day’ is just plain wrong.
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18 May 2018

Finding your way through the mortgage maze

How do you get a mortgage on a castle? Our top tips for borrowing against a unique property, or if your income doesn’t fit the usual mould, will help you through the mortgage maze.
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16 May 2018

Flights of fancy: eight tips for stylish travel

Going on holiday and want to take the stress out of travelling? Our eight suggestions should help.
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14 May 2018

Don’t look back in anger

The Bank of England held interest rates this week and they are likely to remain low for some time. We look at what that means for cash deposits vs investing.
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02 May 2018

Cheers to summer – an expert guide to “joyful wines”

The founder of wine merchant and Thank You from Coutts supplier The Vintner gives his view on the best wines for the summer.
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30 Apr 2018

New money: Is gold being ousted by Bitcoin?

So-called ‘safe haven’ assets like gold can seem attractive to investors when markets get bumpy. But for the time being, we don’t think the asset class supports our investment strategy.
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