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Doing your own investing is certainly a realistic alternative where people have the appropriate competence. Even if you have this competence I still feel that Investment and Unit Trusts are a very useful supplement to DIY investing. To me their main benefit is their easier access to international markets and giving investors access to growth sectors which they may not understand so well e.g. Technology…

InvestorJohn Thanks for raising this important issue; I have raised it myself on a Stockopedia feedback survey. . Whilst the numbers are very important we do need to also know whether Directors think like owners or employees. I am always interested to know the holdings of the Chief Executive and the Finance Director. I also find it encouraging when Non Executive Directors take a stake…

The Guru screens are certainly very useful in determining what styles work; but clearly don't tell the whole story if dividends aren't included. Certain Gurus e.g. John Neff use dividends as part of their strategy and insist on above average yields. The FTSE 100's yield is 4.5% adding this to his 13.6% performance for one year would bring him up to 18.1% and probably put…

I think that miners tend to do well later in the economic cycle and that appears to be where we are now. A lot depends on the impact of the recent Chinese stimulus and the potential US/China trade deal. The recent drop in mortgage rates in the US may help increase demand for Copper and other materials via a revitalized housing market. This is certainly…

Halifax only charge £12-50 per year for the ISA; it's worth checking the website.

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