If you’re looking to invest a hefty sum of money, where should you put it? Is investing in Binary Options a good… option? Probably not, especially if the trading company is run by scammers.
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While bartering for a cut-price telly or a holiday at a budget price can leave you satisfied for months or years after your negotiation, bargain hunting for shares is fraught with danger for investors.
Today’s the UK’s first Social Saturday, a day to celebrate social enterprises – businesses driven by a social mission. Rob Parker at the Cabinet Office wants to know whether you’d make a social investment.
There are very few of us who wouldn’t do things differently if we could go back in time – the ponytail of 2007 is one of mine. But it’s financial regrets – that missed opportunity or bad decision – that can linger over time.
Tax-free Premium Bonds might seem like a safe home for your savings with a long-shot of a huge windfall. But have you had enough of waiting for a win and withdrawn your bonds for an alternative investment ?
This week is National Ethical Investment Week (NEIW). But how do you choose an ethical financial product, and can they offer good value for money in addition to the feel good factor?
The Association of British Insurers’ decision to publish annuity rates from more than 20 firms is welcome news, but the pension industry needs to do more so that consumers get a fair deal.
We’re asking you, the Which? Conversation community, to help answer people’s financial queries. This month, we’re asking what you’d to with a lump of cash if you were lucky enough to have one.
With savings rates stagnating, I, like many others, have been tempted by the thought of turning a small amount of cash into something significant in a short time frame. As a result, I very nearly bought some Bitcoins…
You can already hold Norwegian salmon derivatives and Spanish olive oil futures in your Isa. So why can’t you invest in shares of smaller companies listed on the Alternative Investment Market?
Investing money with peer-to-peer lending sites has always had risk attached. Although rates of return can tower above traditional savings accounts and Isas, your money hasn’t been protected – until now.
If you’re disappointed with bank savings rates but wary of investing in an unpredictable stock market, would you be tempted by a product that offers the best of both worlds? That’s the idea behind structured deposits.
The Office for National Statistics could be the new wicked witch of personal finance if its proposed changes to the way inflation is measured go through. Would a change in RPI affect your finances?
If you were asked to find a tax-free investment, which could rise with inflation and save you money on your bills, would you look to your roof? Installing solar panels could do just that.