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The UK equity market delivered a strong performance over the past twelve months (FTSE All-Share +24%), despite the headwind of considerable political upheaval. While most commentary has focused on the…

Prenups are often seen as the preserve of the very wealthy and the gossip pages of the tabloid press, but I would recommend you give consideration to a Prenup before you marry, or consider encouraging…

There will be a general election here shortly, to be followed by some serious Brexit negotiations, the Trump administration appears in serious disarray, debt around the world could be stoking up…

The answer to that probably lies on the other side of the Atlantic with attention focussed on the progress, or lack of progress, of Trump’s election promises. If Trump kicks his reflation pledges…

What would Her Majesty’s have said if told that the complex models used by most economists took no account of the financial sector or money? Yet such is the case with the New Keynesian “Dynamic…

Genus is a specialist in applying biotechnology to the science of animal breeding and genetic improvement. The technology is applicable to all kinds of livestock and they currently commercialize…

My view is that the only cause of any sort of upset will be down to tactical voting and I have blogged about this, as I do think the prospect for tactical voting is strong and it would work against…

Our head of research, John Royden had his article in place, but felt the election couldn’t be ignored, despite the likelihood of election fatigue amongst readers.

What does the new Parliament look like? Well, if the Tories end up with 319 seats and the DUP vote with the Tories, then together the Tories/DUP alliance ends up with 329 seats.

The Leeds office of JM Finn & Co sponsored a seminar for the local branch of STEP, the global professional association for practitioners who specialise in family inheritance and succession planning.

Well, we managed to survive May – that most capricious of months for investors.

Our book club is always looking to expand its horizons, and learn more from the great investors of our time.

2016 demonstrated that what could be perceived as bad for the UK economy can be good for UK markets.

With our own FTSE 100 Share Index breaking above 7500 for the first time and the US S&P 500 Index having hit new highs, before White House shenanigans sent it into reverse, investors are doubtless…