Your 50s can often be a pivotal decade in your financial life. Thoughts around retirement (or not!), leaving or creating a legacy, a changing financial environment (grown-up kids perhaps) can all occur during this decade. For some clients in their 50s, retirement is the last thing on their mind.
Vertiginous rises in prices of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin have piqued the interest of many investors. But be under no illusion, this is a very risky place to put your money.
Ria Shepheard in conversation with Investment Manager Rebecca Stein of Charles Stanley Wealth Managers. Join them as they provide top tips for your investment strategies.
We’re definitely not out of the woods yet but we’re certainly in a position to start ‘cautiously’ planning for the future. Representatives from B4’s Professional Services Hub got together to discuss what advice they’re giving their clients to build the foundations for recovery and what they’re doing in their own businesses to get in shape to hit the ground running.
The path to recovery will not be easy. Decision making by central bankers and politicians in 2021 is arguably more significant than they were in 2020 because they are so finely balanced.
The Alternative Investment Market’s (AIM) success over the past year has made it increasingly difficult for equity investors to ignore. AIM is the London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) market for smaller, growing companies which are at different stages of development.
I’ve been helping Rebecca organise her money following the death of her father, who had also been one of our clients.
It’s B4 Professional Services Day at B4. So we’re highlighting some recent and not so recent articles and press releases posted by B4 members over the past year or so.
The environment may be the biggest winner of the US presidential election, as the vote could flip US policy on its head. Low-carbon energy – and investors in the technology that makes it possible – may be nearing their time in the sun.