Is your regular investing strategy still appropriate?

Regular direct debit investment offers two unique though linked benefits. On the one hand, it encourages discipline because each monthly payment no longer requires conscious thought but rather occurs automatically and covertly. However, regular monthly investing allows investors to ride market cycles by using “pound-cost averaging,” where each investment is made at a different price,...

How can you ensure the sustainability of your pension?

What is a manageable rate of pension withdrawal? Prior to 2015, individuals didn’t have to think about this issue as much. Because back then, purchasing an “annuity”—a financial instrument that is often provided by insurance firms and gives a guaranteed income, frequently lasting a lifetime—with your pension assets was required when you retired. However, people...

The four tenets of effective investment

Advice on how to invest profitably abounds. These four principles described below concentrate on the things investors can control, despite the fact that they cannot dependably foresee or even influence market moves. Set specific objectives Thinking about your objective should be the first step in any investing journey. You could be saving for retirement or...

The foundational pillars of profitable investment

A cheap and simple solution to diversify There is a never-ending supply of investment advice. We at new capital link have distilled the fundamental ideas that have helped investors through the market’s ups and downs. Establish specific objectives Thinking about your aim should be the initial step in any investment journey. What goals do you...

Our thoughts on Ethical Investment

Ethical investments like ESG (Environment and Social Governance) portfolios or SRIs (Socially accountable Investments) take issue terribly slightly within the areas that they cover, but a running theme throughout them is that the premise of exploiting your cash to speculate in industries that don’t seem to be damaging to the setting or members of society....

Is Your Green Investment a Safe Investment?

Recent record-breaking temperatures, wildfires, and “hundred-year” floods have made it difficult to ignore climate change. As a result, an increasing number of investors want to ensure that their investments both meet their financial objectives and do something to reduce their environmental ESG impact. “Clients want climate-change plays,” says Lisa Sampson, Sr. Specialist, Business Planning &...