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Revealed: low cost funds that deliver high returns

Investors who want funds that deliver solid returns don't have to pay through the nose - one of the best performing global funds over the past five years charges just 0.44pc a year.<p>Although many active fund managers do not pass on economies of scale to investors when a fund grows in size, a number …


Enjoy risk? This fund targets the fastest-growing firms in the fastest-growing markets

Emerging markets have been one of this year’s investment success stories so far with average gains of around 12pc for British investors, compared with 8pc from the London stock market.<p>Two factors explain this. First, President Donald Trump has not yet translated his campaign rhetoric of trade …


How this Isa millionaire beat Warren Buffett to earn a six-figure income for life (tax-free)

Amassing a multi-million pound investment portfolio is a great achievement.<p>Managing to build it up within Isas – where no further tax will fall due on capital gains or income – is an achievement of an altogether different magnitude.<p>The strict limits on Isa contributions (and contributions to Isas’ …

Five steps to become a pension millionaire

Nearly two million British households will spend more than £1m during their retirement, new analysis shows.<p>This sum includes essential spending on housing, energy bills and food, as well as holidays and other leisure. Increasingly for this wealthier group of pensioners health care costs must also …


Spend £4,000 to boost your state pension by £23,000 - here's how

Hundreds of thousands of people are being urged to use a generous Government scheme to dramatically boost their state pension.<p>Under the new “flat-rate” state pension you must have 35 years of full rate National Insurance contributions to receive the top rate, currently £155.65 a week.<p>However, …