If you've invested money in a private pension or in an investment fund, you'll be paying some sort of regular fee and charges. And, depending on the type of investment fund, those charges could be quite high. If you've taken advice from a professional financial adviser, you'll also have to pay for his or her time. But what's a fair charge and when do the charges become a rip off? Sarah Pennells speaks to Tom Wilcox-Jones, from independent financial advisers Blackstone Moregate, Gina Miller, founder of True and Fair Campaign, from SCM Private and founder of MoneyShe.com and Claire Walsh, Head of Advice at IFA Promotions, to find out more.
This week Sarah Pennells is joined by Justin Urquhart Stewart from Seven Investment Management, to discuss whether investing in commodities is worth considering during the current economic climate. Sarah and Justin also discuss what 'soft commodities' are, what type of funds invest in commodities, and how to use derivatives to get access to a commodity market.
Sarah Pennells is joined over the phone by Russ Mould of AJ Bell Investment Directors and Robert Lockie of Bloomsbury Wealth Management to discuss stock markets, how to get involved with investing if you're new to the markets, and where to go for advice, only on Share Radio.
Today Sarah is discussing the prospect of investing in unconventional items. To talk to Sarah about this is, Phillip Gearing from Cult Wines, Peter Valinaus, from Armit Wines, Jimmy George from Tattersalls and Lynette Peck, founder of Lovely's Vintage Emporium.
Phillip Gearing, Peter Valiunas, Jimmy George, Lynette Peck
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