While most that has been written in the previous twelve articles surround sound long term financial strategy, there is undoubtedly scope for more nimble active investors to add value to a long term portfolio by making astute trades around the edges of the core investment plan.
In this article, the penultimate one of our series considering the prime types of asset available to long term savers, we turn our attention towards the potential help and advice available from professional financial advisors and portfolio managers, but particularly focus on – and suggest a few trading ideas for - the ‘Do-it-Yourself’ investor.
As we near the end of this series of blogs, reviewing the long term investment opportunity for retirement provision or other long term savings, the writer thought it would be useful to summarise – in tabular and aide memoire format - some of the asset classes we have examined and potential investment vehicles considered.
Having looked at collective investment schemes last week, we now turn to look at two other investment vehicles which may have attractions in the quest to find solutions for long term savings: structured products and hedge funds.
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