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2019 NOV

M&G Investments


Opening your stocks and shares ISA - a checklist

If you are thinking of joining the 2.8 million savers who invest tax-efficiently into stocks and shares ISAs, or individual saving accounts, there’s so much choice it might be difficult to know where to start.

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2019 OCT

M&G Investment


How to supplement your retirement income

Making sure you have enough income to support your needs and aspirations in retirement is never straight forward. For many, the challenge has become more acute with the squeeze on many traditional income streams.

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An M&G guide to income investing

Generating a strong and reliable income from your savings and investments is never exactly easy, but it is particularly challenging in the current era of ultra-low interest rates.

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M&G Investments


Three investment strategies to help navigate uncertainties

When markets are choppy, there are days when being an investor can feel uncomfortable. Tolerating fluctuations in prices is part and parcel of long-term investing, but too much volatility might be unpalatable if your investment horizon is nearer.

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Maria Municchi, Fund Manager


Can we invest responsibly in government bonds?

When it comes to investing responsibly, there are inevitably debates about what types of investment should or should not be considered eligible. Often, investment decisions are based on the environmental, social and governance (ESG) characteristics of an asset.
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Jenny Rodgers, fund manager


Brexit, the UK economy and the folly of forecasting

‘An economist is an expert who will know tomorrow why the things he predicted yesterday didn’t happen today.’ Laurence Peter

Economists are easy targets for critics and comedians since their forecasts are nearly always proven wrong by events. A popular joke is that economists exist to make weather forecasters look good.

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2019 SEP

Ben Constable-Maxwell, Head of Sustainable and Impact Investing


Investing in the circular economy

How companies can target more sustainable growth – for the planet and their investors – by ‘closing the loop’.

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Alex Araujo, Fund Manager


Evolving infrastructure: Out of sight, not out of mind

When we think of infrastructure, large physical assets typically spring to mind. This is because the likes of airports, roads and power stations have physical footprints that shape the environment around us and our perceptions of it.

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John William Olsen - Fund Manager


Ignore ESG factors at your peril

Humans are prone to focus on the short term by nature. Fighting our tendencies and taking a longer view can be especially important when it comes to putting money to work for our futures.

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Active vs passive investing

Funds come in many shapes and sizes, and try to achieve different things using their different approaches. There is a fundamental distinction to make between two of the overarching approaches to managing a fund – active and passive investing.

It’s important to understand the differences between these investment philosophies which, to an extent, can be seen as polar opposites. In this article, we outline the key points of differentiation, as well as some of the pros and cons of each.

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Ben Constable-Maxwell ‒ Head of Sustainable and Impact Investing


Three myths about responsible investing

The top priority for most long-term investors is to grow their capital for the future. This is the responsibility we, as asset managers, take on as stewards of our clients’ investments.

Our ambitions can be even broader, however. We can aim to not only invest profitably over the years, but to do so in a way that minimises costs to the planet and to society. Responsible investing recognises that we can succeed in both these goals.

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