But how has COVID and BREXIT affected the UK commercial property market? And what are the options for using the property asset class to derive income in your portfolio?
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Wednesday, 24 February 2021
Monday, 22 February 2021
Gold - and income?
However, finding the right options in the London market requires a little work.
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London's High Yield Shares
Wednesday, 17 February 2021
London's Equity Income ETFs
The London market includes thousands of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). But finding the right ETF for your portfolio is not straightforward. Here are some ideas for equity income ETFs - paying an income from dividends.
Tuesday, 16 February 2021
London's High Yield Fixed-Income ETFs
There are over 150 fixed income ETFs trading on London Stock Exchange markets, reaching far afield, offering exposure to emerging markets as well as sovereign debt in Europe, the US and established Asian Pacific regions, corporates and money markets. But how to find one that suits your needs?
Choosing ETFs - UK Dividend Share ETFs
If you are going DIY - I recommend Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) for most of your portfolio. With ETFs, the individual business risks are reduced - because the ETF consists, usually, of many different securities. All you need to worry about is the general 'positioning' of the ETF: dividends or fixed-income and country or geographical region of interest.
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