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Using Forex Signals Correctly

The main questions and considerations when deciding on a signals provider Anyone new to trading forex will almost certainly have come across different offers for ‘forex signals’. Even those who have been trading for some time and have never used...

Understanding Reverse Mortgages

Reverse Mortgages, How They Work and Getting the Best Deal A reverse mortgage or HECM (Home Equity Conversion Mortgage) is a loan product designed to give homeowners over the age of 62 the option to benefit from equity accumulated in...

Forestry Investments – Options Available to the Private Investor

Investing in forestry warrants serious consideration. Historically attractive long-run returns relative to other investment classes, low volatility and high correlation with inflation, make a forestry investment a good inflationary hedge. Investing in forestry can help to bring balance and stability...

Investing In Wine – Exercise Caution Ahead

Among the myriad alternative investment products which have come to prominence since the onset of the global financial crisis made dangerous terrain of the traditional stocks and bonds markets, with everything from rare earth minerals to carbon credits getting a...

PIBS – You Get What You Pay For, Risk And All

High-yield fixed-income oddball looking increasingly anachronistic Intro Sooner or later, the investor trawling the markets for a fixed-income security which also offers a yield beyond the virtually undetectable will be drawn to PIBS – Permanent Interest Bearing Shares. They’ve been...

Forex Chart Analysis: An Introduction

Get to grips with the basics of using charts for technical analysis Chart analysis is the projection of future price movements via the analysis of historical price movements, where historical price movements can be presented in various ways. Bar chart...

The Bonds Markets – An Introduction

Gilts, Investment Grade or Junk – A Look At Investment In Tradable Debt Instruments Whether the aim is stable income in retirement, a specific future cash need, portfolio diversification or old-fashioned risk aversion, or a combination of such factors, an...

Spread Betting – A Beginner’s Guide

What Is Spread Betting and How Does it Work? Introduction to Financial Spread Betting Financial spread betting is a form of investing by means of betting on the movement of global financial markets. Or, in other words, it is trading...

REIT Evaluation – More Than One Way To Skin The Cat

In the first of this two-part series Investing in REITs: A Guide to Going About It, we looked at the nature of REITs – real estate investment trusts – and the practicalities of taking a stake in this growth investment product....

Investing In REITs – A Guide To Going About It

Real Estate Investment Trusts An Interesting Option But Homework Needed What’s A REIT and How Do I Buy In? For the prospective investor in publicly-traded real estate investment trusts – REITs – there is the need first to understand the...

Fine Wine Investment – A View From The Inside

Fine Wine Investment Revisited Last year, iNVEZZ took a look at fine wine as an investment product (Investing In Wine – Exercise Caution Ahead) which concluded that, unless you have a high level of expertise – that you know your...

Real Estate Investment Trusts and Student Housing – A Natural Fit?

Illiquidity In Retail Student Accommodation Investment Would Be Addressed By a Specialist REIT Student Lets – Sound But Illiquid Investment Some months back, we at invezz.com wrote a piece (it’s here) on student accommodation investment, then – and still – being...

Initial Public Offerings – Good or Bad Investment Option?

Caveat Emptor Tag Should Hang on Every IPO Share “The IPO of The Century” On Thursday, 2 February 2012, Facebook announced that it was going to undertake what would amount to the biggest-ever stock market listing for a technology company....

A Quarter of a Million Play in London’s Buy-to-Let Market

A Look At Realistic Returns On £250,000 Invested In London Residential Property Introduction – A Middle Class BTL Investment In this piece, we delve into the London housing market on the footing that we’re a buy-to-let investor with a quarter...

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