Follow invidion on Twitter
 
 

Useful Links

 

Fund Information:

 
 
Up-to-date fund information, including unit trusts, investment trusts, pension funds, life funds, Venture Capital Trusts and Exchange Traded Funds.
 
 
Independent fund research and ratings for open-end and unit trust funds, life and pension funds, and investment trusts. Screen and rank funds and generate in-depth portfolio reports using the Morningstar Portfolio X-Ray.
 
 
Standard & Poor's fund database. Contains up-to-date information on most funds available worldwide. This site requires registration, and some services are subscription only.
 
 
Comprehensive site covering most listed UK securities. Provides prices, commentary and technical information. Also, an extensive sections on personal finance.
 

 

Financial Services

 
 
Find a local Independent Financial Advisor near you.
 
 
Independent Financial Advice for Medical and Dental Professionals.
 
 
 

Retirement Planning

 
 
Preparing for and financing your way through retirement
 
 
 

Web Design

 
 
Innovative design and multimedia solutions.
 
 
 

Fun Stuff

 
 
A repository of off-tangent thoughts and ideas. Includes the famous Doughnut Server. Go on. Email someone a doughnut.
 
 
 
 
 

Recent Financial Topics

 
  • Posted on Friday September 20, 2019
    T Boone Pickens, who died recently aged 91, was a shareholder activist before it was cool and made billions of dollars in the oil trade before becoming an unlikely proponent of green energy. The post T Boone Pickens: the maverick who shook up Big Oil was first published on MoneyWeek. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Friday September 20, 2019
    Everyone knows the pound is undervalued, says Dominic Frisby. But once Brexit is sorted, it will rally. And we are looking down the barrel of that now. The post Currency Corner: is it comeback time for the pound? was first published on MoneyWeek. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Friday September 20, 2019
    You might have thought performance art was a fleeting experience that could not be bought. Turns out that's not true. Chris Carter looks at what you can get for your cash. The post Can you buy performance art? was first published on MoneyWeek. Continue Reading »