Here are five things clients may have read in the weekend's papers…
The Sunday Times urges readers to hedge against volatility, as markets rally in Britain and the US. The run in the UK is the third biggest in 94 years - and both of those concluded with sharp falls.
Natural resources funds have performed very poorly in recent months. Rising raw material and labour costs, along with falling commodity prices, have meant a large percentage of bottom quartile funds have come from the sector, the FT says.
Fund managers have been betting heavily on a falling gold price, which has led to further speculation about whether investors are begging to turn from the safe haven. The Telegraph suggests 2013 may be the end of its 12-year bull run.
Our pick of the stories your clients may have read over the weekend
The average cash ISA rate has fallen from 5.15% five years ago to 2.56% one year ago and 1.79% today. The Independent suggests investors look to stocks and shares ISAs as a result - a move not without its risks, however.
The Mail on Sunday covers a new carbon credit scam doing the rounds with investors. The email, from a trading firm, says George Osborne is effectively guaranteeing that anyone who invests will make a profit within a matter of months.
Has been cold-calling consumers
New shares admitted to London Stock Exchange
Slow and steady growth
Missed funding target by £240,000