Leading up to the much anticipated FE Alpha Manager Awards on 14th April, we asked managers featuring in our FE Alpha Manager Awards shortlist three key questions which not only sum up the past few months – but also, if magic was real, what they would conjure up if they had a magic wand!
Forty-five managers have made it into the 2016 FE Hall of Fame, meaning they have been rated as FE Alpha Managers for at least seven years, with 28 managing to achieve the highly coveted FE Alpha Manager rating eight years in a row – since the rating launched in 2009.
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All the changes made to the UK pensions industry over the past few years, the latest being the greater freedom allowed retirees over their pension pots through Pension Freedom changes – have meant that many investors can now consider different ways to take an income from their investment rather than through the traditional purchase of an annuity.
Pensions were very much in focus last week starting with the annual Pension Awareness Day kicked off on the 15th of this month to the fact that thousands have opted to take money out of their pension pots. With this is mind, FE Trustnet takes a look at three well-regarded funds for those seeking a healthy retirement income source.
Picking an investment fund is hard work for even the most seasoned investor, and it is even tougher for those starting off in the world of investments. The UK retail investor has around 38 sectors and more than four thousand funds to pick from, according to FE Trustnet data – so feeling a little out of your depth is more than understandable.