Keep on right side of the averages
Three equity sectors stand out
7IM, Aegon and AJ Bell offer thoughts
Emotional responses in football and investment
Three main links in chain
'Look at what has actually worked'
What made financial headlines over the weekend?
What might FCA review contain?
Sterling’s artificially positive impact
Focus on building awareness
Determining price and value
On forecasting, catalysts and ‘safety’
Book extract and offer
Godber not joining until April
Investment theory reassessed
Ten years co-managing Recovery fund
Actions have consequences even if they are not always immediately obvious
Value is not so much intrinsic - it ‘comes to be'
Jackson to join in June
Management costs reduced 2.5%
The value of new equity release business has fallen nearly 7% over the past twelve months, but is faring considerably better than the mainstream mortgage market.
The number of equity release plans sold this year has fallen by 16% compared with 2007, according to research from Key Retirement Solutions (KRS).
Research published by Brand Finance suggests 62% of the value of all quoted companies is now in the form of disclosed and undisclosed intangible assets.
Residential property in London is now worth over 50% more than the average UK house price, and the value of UK property has continued to climb by another 2.1% in the last quarter, according to Nationwide's latest house price index.