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“ Open all the interest paying current accounts, and all the decent regular savers. <a href="http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/savings/savings-loophole">http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/savings/savings-loophole</a> <a href="http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/savings/best-regular-savings-accounts...

“ From 55 you can still draw out 25% tax free. And you can now draw funds out at will once you pass age 55, although for various tax reasons it conventionally makes sense to do so only when you need it in retirement. <a href="/showthread.php?p=72226573#post72226573" rel="nofollow" title="View...

“ I understand that you can't time the market, however, at the moment I'm looking to invest a bit more money into US Equities, but, I think I will hold back just for now because the Dow is at an all time high so the price of the fund will be very high! That said, I don't think there is any ge...

“ I had a potential client two weeks ago who wanted to take out a mortgage to invest the money on the stockmarket as their boss was doing that and was telling his workers to do the same. Starting to see a number of these alarm bells now. (btw, i said potential as I refused do it) <a href="/sh...

“ Gold and property to hedge the equities? <a href="/showthread.php?p=72199014#post72199014" rel="nofollow" title="View original post">Originally posted</a> by MatthewAinsworth ” If there was another pandemic like swine flu that was as deadly as SARS... a near certainty at some point. T...

Corporate Bond Funds jamei305

Have been looking at some managed corporate bonds funds and am wondering how these would behave if interest rates went up and/or the stock market went down. If the stock market goes down will people be piling into corporate bonds so they should not see such severe losses? Also if interest rates rise...

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